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JRP1994
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« on: Today at 05:40:22 am »
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 No special election in OK
 Mike Johanns runs in NE
 Max Baucus runs in MT
 Tim Johnson runs in SD
 Jay Rockefeller runs in WV
 Carl Levin runs in MI
 Tom Harkin runs in IA
 Saxby Chambliss runs in GA

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« Reply #1 on: Today at 06:22:59 am »
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- NE --> Safe R
- MT --> Toss-Up
- SD --> Lean R
- WV --> Toss-Up/Tilt R
- MI --> Solid D
- IA --> Likely D
- GA --> Lean R
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« Reply #2 on: Today at 07:52:44 am »
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NE - Safe R
MT - Toss-Up/Tilt D
SD - Toss-Up/Tilt R
WV - Toss-Up/Tilt D
MI - Solid D
IA - Solid D
GA - This one is tricky, because Chambliss would have received a primary challenge from somebody. If he had been defeated by a tea partier, Lean D. If he had been defeated by a moderate, Lean R. If he survived his primary, Likely R.
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