Last updated on August 8, 2020
From Roll Call:
The Senate map has expanded in Democrats’ favor heading into the fall, and that’s bad news for Republican incumbents.
Eight Republicans now rank among the most vulnerable senators as the GOP defends its majority in the Senate, with Georgia’s David Perdue once again making the list. Georgia has become an increasingly competitive Senate and presidential battleground, putting pressure on both of its Republican senators who are on the ballot this cycle.
Perdue’s entry pushes Michigan Democratic Sen. Gary Peters off the list. While Peters still has a real race against Republican John James, the state appears to be a less competitive presidential battleground for President Donald Trump's campaign. Michigan went by a slim margin for Trump in 2016, but former Vice President Joe Biden has the edge in recent polling. While James has outraised Peters the last four quarters, the Democrat had a cash-on-hand advantage of nearly $11.6 million to James’ $9.2 million as of July 15.
Give the whole piece a read but here’s the list of Senate seats that are the top ten targets:
- Alabama (Lean Republican)
Colorado (Tilts Democrat)
Arizona (Tilt Democrat)
North Carolina (Toss Up)
Maine (Toss Up)
Georgia (Special Election) (Lean Republican)
Iowa (Toss Up)
Montana (Toss Up)
Massachusetts (Solid Democrat/Lean Ed Markey)
Georgia (Main Election) (Tilt Republican)
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