2010 Senate Races

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    Way to early but at least interesting.....

    10 Democrats on the bubble at this point


    Senate 2010 Polls

    Toss Ups

    California: Boxer (D)
    Colorado: Bennet (D)
    Illinois: Open (D)
    Missouri: Open (R)
    Ohio: Open (R)

    Lean Republican

    Arkansas: Lincoln (D)
    Florida: Open (R)
    Indiana: Open (D)
    Nevada: Reid (D)
    New Hampshire: Open (R)
    North Carolina: Burr (R)
    Pennsylvania: Specter (D)

    Lean Democrat

    Washington: Murray (D)
    Wisconsin: Feingold (D)

    Likely Republican

    Delaware: Open (D)
    Kentucky: Open (R)
    Louisiana: Vitter (R)

    Likely Democrat

    Connecticut: Open (D)
    New York: Gillibrand (D)
    Oregon: Wyden (D)

    Safe Republican

    North Dakota: Open (D)

    RealClearPolitics - Election 2010 Senate Races
     
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    Your missing some people, there are more Senates seats then this being voted on.
     
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    Bennet is already TOASTED in Colorado--is even behind his challenging democrat opponent. I call Colorado a GOP landslide win.

    Colorado is a red state and only went blue on Barack Obama. The citizens of this state are mad as hell--so I expect them to go back to "all" red in November 2010. Our new republican senator will either be Ken Buck or Jane Norton.
     
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    :oops:.. sorry about that...:redface:

    Elections for The United States Senate are scheduled to be held on November 2, 2010, for 36 of the 100 seats in the United States Senate. A special election for a 37th seat was held in Massachusetts on January 19, 2010, for a term that ends in January 2013.

    The following 13 seats are considered safe in all current predictions.

    Democratic (4): Hawaii, Maryland, New York (Schumer*), Vermont
    Republican (8): Alabama, Alaska, Idaho, Kansas, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Utah

    United States Senate elections, 2010 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
     
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    The people will remember Obamacare votes and these loser will pay. This vote will haunt the dems come 2010 election and 2012 election!!!! Moral of the story don't listen and represent the people wishes you get voted out!!!!!
     

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