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Top 10 Vulnerable 2020 Republican Senate Races – 2020 Senate Elections Predictions – Election Predictions – Election Night – Senate Map Race Analysis January 2019

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Will Democrats win Senate in 2020? Will Republicans Keep Senate 2020? 2020 Senate Predictions Election Map Races Projections Polls – Can Democrats win the Senate? Will Democrats win in 2020? Will Republicans win in 2020? – 2020 Senate Predictions Elections – Senate Race Ratings Analysis Discussion – In this video I take a look at the top 10 vulnerable republican senate seats going into 2020.

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2020 Competitive Senate Races:

Colorado: Cory Gardner vs. Democratic Nominee
Maine: Susan Collins vs. Democratic Nominee
Arizona: Martha McSally vs. Democratic Nominee
Iowa: Joni Ernst vs. Democratic Nominee
Alabama: Doug Jones vs. Republican Nominee
Kansas: Republican Nominee vs. Democratic Nominee
Georgia: David Puerdue vs. Democratic Nominee
North Carolina: Thom Tillis vs. Democratic Nominee
Kentucky: Mitch McConnell vs. Democratic Nominee
Texas: John Cornyn vs. Democratic Nominee
Montana: Steve Daines vs. Democratic Nominee
Michigan: Gary Peters vs. Republican Nominee
New Hampshire: Jeanne Shaheen vs. Republican Nominee
Virginia: Mark Warner vs. Republican Nominee
Minnesota: Tina Smith vs. Republican Nominee
Illinois: Dick Durbin vs. Republican Nominee
Mississippi: Cindy Hyde-Smith vs. Democratic Nominee

Links in video:
Senate Map 270 to Win: https://bit.ly/2ETSOSj

Originally posted by Political Forecast on 2019-01-14 20:00:08

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