Early Calls in Senate Race

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Arizona — Jon Kyl — Republican
California — Dianne Feinstein — Democrat
Connecticut — Joseph Lieberman — Independent
Delaware — Thomas Carper — Democrat
Florida — Bill Nelson — Democrat
Hawaii — Daniel Akaka — Democrat
Indiana — Richard Lugar — Republican
Maine — Olympia Snowe — Republican
Maryland — Ben Cardin — Democrat
Massachusetts — Ted Kennedy — Democrat
Michigan — Debbie Stabenow — Democrat
Minnesota — Amy Klobuchar — Democrat
Mississippi — Trent Lott — Republican
Missouri — UNDECIDED
Montana — Jon Tester — Democrat
Nebraska — Ben Nelson — Democrat
Nevada — John Ensign — Republican
New Jersey — Robert Menendez — Democrat
New Mexico — Jeff Bingaman — Democrat
New York — Hillary Rodham Clinton — Democrat
North Dakota — Kent Conrad — Democrat
Ohio — Sherrod Brown — Democrat
Pennsylvania — Bob Casey Jr. — Democrat
Rhode Island — Lincoln Chafee — Republican
Tennessee — Bob Corker — Republican
Texas — Kay Bailey Hutchison — Republican
Utah — Orrin Hatch — Republican
Vermont — Bernard Sanders — Independent
Virginia — George Allen — Republican
Washington — Maria Cantwell — Democrat
West Virginia — Robert Byrd — Democrat
Wisconsin — Herb Kohl — Democrat
Wyoming — Craig Thomas — Republican

This puts the total as I see it now at 51 Republicans, 46 Democrats, 2 Independents, 1 Undecided
Many of these races, like Virginia and Rhode Island are extremely close — but these are hunches at the moment.
More soon.
— Steve Clemons
Update: Lincoln Chafee loses to Sheldon Whitehouse. This leaves a TWN projected balance of 50 Republicans, 47 Democrats, 2 Independents, 1 Undecided

Comments

2 comments on “Early Calls in Senate Race

  1. Robert Morrow says:

    We can blame all these results on Deibold voting machines, especially this year in Ohio…

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  2. Robert Morrow says:

    Randy Graf in Arizona #08 is the one who I am working for this cycle. He is one of the few candidates who is worthy of my very precious volunteer time. Securing the US border, some the elites of both parties have failed/refused to do, is Randy Graf’s TOP issue.

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