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Republican held US Senate seats up for re-election in 2026 that are vulnerable.

NC(Tillis-R)Jeff Jackson-D
IA(Ernst-R)Cindy Axne-D
ME(Collins-R)Jared Golden-D
TX(Cornyn-R)Lizzie Fletcher-D
Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Tue Mar 15, 2022, 03:01 PM (0 replies)

Republican held US Senate seats up for re-election in 2024 that the Democrats could win.

FL(Scott-R) Soto-D
TX(Cruz-R) Allred-D
Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Tue Mar 15, 2022, 02:47 PM (0 replies)

Republican held US Senate seats the Democrats could win in 2022.

FL(Rubio-R)Demings-D
MO(OPEN Blunt-R)Kunce-D
NC(OPEN Burr-R)Beasley-D
OH(OPEN Portman-R)Ryan-D
PA(OPEN Toomey-R) Fetterman-D
WI(Johnson-R)Barnes-D
Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Tue Mar 15, 2022, 02:40 PM (0 replies)

Democratic US Senators up for re-election in 2022 that are vulnerable.

AZ(Kelly-D)
CO(Bennet-D) if the national environment is bad for Democrats.
GA(Warnock-D)
NV(Cortez Masto-D)
NH(Hassan-D) if the national environment is bad for Democrats.

Democratic US Senators won their previous US Senate races by a narrow to high single digit margin.
Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Tue Mar 15, 2022, 02:31 PM (0 replies)

Democratic US Senators up for re-election in 2024 that are considered vulnerable.

AZ(Sinema-D)
MI(Stabenow-D)
MT(Tester-D)
NV(Rosen-D)
OH(Brown-D)
WV(Manchin-D)
These US Senators won in 2024 by a narrow to high single digit margin.
Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Tue Mar 15, 2022, 02:22 PM (0 replies)

Democratic US Senators up for re-election in 2026 that are vulnerable.

GA(Ossoff-D)
MI(Peters-D)
MN(Smith-D)
NM(Lujan-D)
These US Senators won in 2020 by a narrow to high single digit margin.
Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Tue Mar 15, 2022, 02:14 PM (0 replies)

US Senate seats the Democrats need to win to remain in the majority in 2022,2024,and 2026!

2024 will be the year Democrats might lose 1 or 2 seats. WV(Manchin-D),MT(Tester-D), and possibly OH(Brown-D). The Republican nominee in those seats will benifit from the 2024 Republican presidential nominee coattails.
In 2022, Democrats need to hold onto every Democratic held US Senate seat up in 2022 including AZ(Kelly-D,NV(Cortez Masto-D) and GA(Warnock-D) and pick up PA(Fetterman-D),WI(Barnes-D),and NC(Beasley-D).
In 2024, Democrats will hold onto AZ(Sinema-D),MI(Stabenow-D),MN(Klobuchar-D),NV(Rosen-D),PA(Casey-D), and WI(Baldwin-D).
In 2026, Democrats will pick up ME and NC. Democrats could lose GA
Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Tue Mar 15, 2022, 02:03 PM (0 replies)

What seat is likely to be the Democrats 52nd US Senate seat?

NC(Beasley-D) or WI(Barnes-D)?
Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Tue Mar 15, 2022, 01:44 PM (2 replies)

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

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

Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Tue Mar 15, 2022, 01:21 PM (0 replies)

Colorado Democratic US House Members Neguse and Crow are likely candidates for statewide office.

Which one runs for Governor? Polis-D is term limited in 2026.
Which one runs for US Senator in 2026 if Hickenlooper decides not to seek re-election and Polis decides not to run for the US Senate?
Which one runs for the US Senator in 2028 if Bennet decides not to seek re-election?

Neguse or Crow become Governor in 2026.
Polis,Neguse, or Crow become US Senator in 2026 if Hickenlooper decides not to seek re-election.
Polis,Neguse, or Crow become US Senator in 2028 if Bennet decides not to seek re-election.
Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Tue Mar 15, 2022, 09:23 AM (0 replies)
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