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The maximum number of US Senate seats the Democrats will win in 2022.

37)HI(Schatz-D)
38)CA(Padilla-D)
39)MD(Van Hollen-D)
40)VT(Welch-D)
41)NY(Schumer-D)
42)IL(Duckworth-D)
43)OR(Wyden-D)
44)CT(Blumenthal-D)
45)WA(Murray-D)
46)CO(Bennet-D)
47)NH(Hassan-D)
48)AZ(Kelly-D)
49)PA(Fetterman-D)
50)GA(Warnock-D)
51)NV(Cortez Masto-D)
52)WI(Barnes-D)
53)NC(Beasley-D)
54)OH(Ryan-D)


Who is going to be the President pro tempore of the US Senator next year?

Grassley(R-IA) or Feinstein(D-CA)
Feinstein will be the most senior Democrat in the US Senate now that Leahy is retiring.

Class of 2022 US Senators.
NE(who ever Governor Ricketts-R) appoints?
OK(Mullin-R)
OH(Ryan-D)
NC(Budd-R)
PA(Fetterman-D)
MO(Schmitt-R)
AL(Britt-R)
NV(Laxalt-R)

winners in battleground states based experience.
AZ(Kelly-D)
CO(Bennet-D)
FL(Rubio-R)
GA(Warnock-D)
IA(Grassley-R) Who are IA Democrats going to nominate in the 2026 special election?
NV(Tie)Cortez Masto-D is not a Strong Democratic Incumbent, Laxalt is not a Weak Republican Incumbent. NV is a Tilt Democratic state at the Presidential Level.
NH(Hassan-D)
NC(Budd-R) NC is a Tilt Republican state at the Presidential Level and Budd-R is not the worse candidate the Republicans could have nominate like Masters-AZ,Walker-GA,Vance-OH,and Oz-PA.
OH(Tie) OH is a Red State at the Presidential Level. Ryan-D is the Strongest Democratic candidate in OH, Vance-R is the weakest Republican candidate in OH.
PA(Fetterman-D)
WA(Murray-D)
WI(Tie) WI is a tilt Democratic state at the Presidential Level but Johnson-R has been underestimated.

Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Sat Oct 8, 2022, 04:10 PM (0 replies)

US Senate seats up for re-election in 2022 that the Democrats will win to remain in the majority.

37)HI(Schatz-D)
38)CA(Padilla-D)
39)VT(Welch-D)
40)MD(Van Hollen-D)
41)NY(Schumer-D)
42)IL(Duckworth-D)
43)OR(Wyden-D)
44)CT(Blumenthal-D)
45)WA(Murray-D)
46)CO(Bennet-D)
47)NH(Hassan-D)
48)AZ(Kelly-D)
49)PA(Fetterman-D)
50)GA(Warnock-D)
51)NV(Cortez Masto-D)











Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Sat Oct 8, 2022, 01:16 PM (2 replies)

US Senate seats up for re-election in 2022 that the Democrats are favored to win.

37)HI(Schatz-D)
38)CA(Padilla-D)
39)MD(Van Hollen-D)
40)VT(Welch-D)
41)NY(Schumer-D)
42)OR(Wyden-D)
43)IL(Duckworth-D)
44)CT(Blumenthal-D)
45)WA(Murray-D)
46)CO(Bennet-D)
47)NH(Hassan-D)
48)PA(Fetterman
49)AZ(Kelly-D)
50)GA(Warnock-D)
51)NV(Cortez Mastro-D)









Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Fri Oct 7, 2022, 10:07 PM (0 replies)

2024 Democratic US Senate Nominee.

Democratic US Senators seeking re-election in 2024.
1)CT(Murphy-D)
2)HI(Hirono-D)
3)MA(Warren-D)
4)MI(Stabenow-D)
5)MN(Klobuchar-D)
6)NV(Rosen-D)
7)NJ(Menendez-D)
8)NM(Heinrich-D)
9)NY(Gillibrand-D)
10)OH(Brown-D)
11)PA(Casey-D)
12)WA(Cantwell-D)
13)WV(Manchin-D)
14)WI(Baldwin-D)
Democratic US Senators who has yet to decide.
1)AZ(Sinema-D) primary challenge from Gallego-D
2)CA(Feinstein-D) Becerra-D
3)DE(Carper-D) Blunt Rochester-D
4)ME(King-I) Pingree-D
5)MD(Cardin-D) Raskin-D
6)MT(Tester-D) Tester needs to run again otherwise the seat will go Republican.
7)RI(Whitehouse-D) Ciciline-D
8)VT(Sanders-I) Donovan-D
9)VA(Kaine-D) McEachin-D
Democratic US Senate challengers for Republican held seats.
FL- Stephanie Murphy-D
TX- Castro-D



Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Fri Oct 7, 2022, 08:52 PM (1 replies)

Dianne Feinstein's CA US Senate successor.

1)Xavier Beccera-D- US Representative for 24 years. CA Attorney General for 4 years, and US HHS Secretary. Hispanic and born in Sacremento CA.
2)Linda Sánchez-D- US Representative since 2003. Hispanic born in Orange,CA.
3)Brad Sherman-D- US Representative for 28 years. Born in Los Angeles,CA.
Beccerra,Sanchez,and Sherman are also members of the Congressional Progressive Caucus.
4)Gavin Newsom- CA Governor
5)Eleni Kounalakis- CA Lt Governor
6)Betty Yee- CA Comptroller
7)Fiona Ma- CA Treasurer.



Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Fri Oct 7, 2022, 08:16 PM (3 replies)

2024 Democratic US Senate Nominees in-

AZ(Ruben Gallego-D or Greg Stanton-D)
CA(Ro Khanna-D or Eric Swalwell-D)
DE(Lisa Blunt Rochester-D or John Carney-D)
FL(Val Demings-D) if she narrowly loses to Marco Rubio-R in 2022. Rick Scott-R is an easier target.
HI(Tulsi Gabbard-D)
ME(Jared Golden-D)
MD(Jamie Raskin-D or John Sarbanes-D)
TX(Colin Allred-D or Joaquin Castro-D)
VT(Becca Balint-D or Molly Gray-D)

Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Fri Oct 7, 2022, 05:14 AM (3 replies)

US Senate seats that the Democrats will win in 2022 in order to remain in the majority.

37)HI(Schatz-D)
38)CA(Padilla-D)
39)VT(Welch-D)
40)MD(Van Hollen-D)
41)NY(Schumer-D)
42)OR(Wyden-D)
43)IL(Duckworth-D)
44)CT(Blumenthal-D)
45)WA(Murray-D)
46)CO(Bennet-D)
47)NH(Hassan-D)
48)PA(Fetterman-D)
49)AZ(Kelly-D)
50)GA(Warnock-D) gets over 50 percent of the popular vote in 11/2022.
OH(Ryan-D) and NV(Cortez Masto-D) will be the 51st and 52nd US Senate seat.

Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Fri Oct 7, 2022, 04:12 AM (0 replies)

US Senate seats up for re-election in 2022 that the Democrats will win to remain in the majority.

37)HI(Schatz-D)
38)CA(Padilla-D)
39)MD(Van Hollen-D)
40)NY(Schumer-D)
41)VT(Welch-D)
42)OR(Wyden-D)
43)IL(Duckworth-D)
44)CT(Blumenthal-D)
45)WA(Murray-D)
46)CO(Bennet-D)
47)NH(Hassan-D)
48)AZ(Kelly-D)
49)PA(Fetterman-D)
50)GA(Warnock-D)


Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Thu Oct 6, 2022, 08:37 PM (0 replies)

Jane or Scott Kleeb for the US Senator from Nebraska?

Both of these Democratic candidates can keep that Nebraska US Senate seat competitive.
Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Thu Oct 6, 2022, 08:06 PM (1 replies)

US Senate seats up for re-election in 2022 that are likely to switch parties.

Most to Least Likely.
1)PA(OPEN Toomey-R) Fetterman-D
2)OH(OPEN Portman-R) Ryan-D
3)NC(OPEN Burr-R) Beasley-D
4)WI(Johnson-R) Barnes-D
5)NV(Cortez Masto-D) Laxalt-R.
Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Thu Oct 6, 2022, 07:35 PM (0 replies)
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