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Sun Feb 23, 2020, 07:12 PM

1. So that means

a net gain of 3, meaning a 50-50 tie if your projections are correct. Meaning a Republican Senate until January 20th (with Pence) and up in the air depending upon who wins the White House.

If Sanders or Warren (or both, one as VP) win then their seats get filled by Republicans, returning the majority to Republicans. Temporarily, I hope, in the case of Massachusetts as the Kerry Law would require a quick special election.

Klobuchar winning would mean a Democrat filling the seat, and passing control to the Democrats.

Is it feasible for us to flip any of the others? I don't like the idea of a Republican governor stealing control back from us.

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