Congress

U.S Senate Projections 1.0 – September 28, 2014

The GOP picks up 5 seats from Democrats but lose Kansas, falling short of capturing a majority in the U.S Senate in our latest U.S Senate projections.

The GOP picks up 5 seats from Democrats but lose Kansas, falling short of capturing a majority in the U.S Senate in our latest U.S Senate projections.

Current Seats
Democrats – 55
Republicans – 45

Projected Seats
Democrats – 50
Republicans – 49
Independents – 1

Change
Democrats -5
Republicans +4
Independents +1

Race Ratings Key:
1-3% Weak – Super tight race that will go down to the wire and expect lead change.
4-6% Leans – Starting to be a clear leader in race. Lead could expand or shrink.
7-10% Strong – Comfortable lead, race is likely over.
11%-14% Solid – Little chance this race is competitive.
15%+ Safe – Race is over. Would take a political miracle.

State
Alabama
Alaska
Arkansas
Colorado
Delaware
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Montana
Nebraska
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
North Carolina
Oklahoma (A)
Oklahoma (B)
Oregon
Rhode Island
South Carolina (A)
South Carolina (B)
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Virginia
West Virginia
Wyoming
Incumbent
Jeff Sessions (R)
Mark Begich (D)
Mark Pryor (D)
Mark Udall (D)
Chris Coons (D)
OPEN
Brian Schatz (D)
Jim Risch (R)
Dick Durbin (D)
OPEN
Pat Roberts (R)
Mitch McConnell (R)
Mary Landieu (D)
Susan Collins (R)
Ed Markey (D)
OPEN
Al Franken (D)
Thad Cochran (R)
OPEN
OPEN
Jeanne Shaheen (D)
Cory Booker (D)
Tom Udall (D)
Kay Hagan (D)
James Inhofe (R)
OPEN
Jeff Merkley (D)
Jack Reed (D)
Lindsey Graham (R)
Tim Scott (R)
OPEN
Lamar Alexander (R)
John Cornyn (R)
Mark Warner (D)
OPEN
Mike Enzi (R)
Projected Result
Safe Republican
Weak Republican
Weak Democrat
Weak Democrat
Solid Democrat
Weak Republican
Solid Democrat
Safe Republican
Solid Democrat
Weak Republican
Leans Independent
Strong Republican
Weak Democrat
Safe Republican
Safe Democrat
Leans Democrat
Solid Democrat
Safe Republican
Strong Republican
Solid Republican
Leans Democrat
Solid Democrat
Safe Democrat
Leans Democrat
Safe Republican
Safe Republican
Solid Democrat
Safe Democrat
Safe Republican
Safe Republican
Strong Republican
Safe Republican
Safe Republican
Safe Democrat
Strong Republican
Safe Republican

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