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« Reply #125 on: September 06, 2014, 12:24:13 pm »
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UPDATE:
Alabama: Jeff Sessions (R) SAFE R
Alaska: Mark Begich (D) def. Dan Sullivan (R) PURE TOSSUP
Arkansas: Tom Cotton (R) def. Mark Pryor (D) TOSSUP/TILT R
Colorado: Mark Udall (D) def. Cory Gardner (R) LEAN D
Delaware: Chris Coons (D) def. Kevin Wade SAFE D

Georgia: David Perdue (R) def. Michelle Nunn (D) LEAN R
Hawaii special: Brian Schatz (D) def. Campbell Cavaso (R) SAFE D
Idaho: Jim Risch (R) def. Nels Mitchell (D) SAFE R
Illinois: Dick Durbin (D) def. Jim Oberweis (R) SAFE D
Iowa: Bruce Baley (D) def. Joni Ernst (R) TOSSUP/TILT D

Kansas: Pat Roberts (R) def. Greg Orman (I/D) LEAN R
Kentucky: Mitch McConnell (R) def. Allison Lundergan Grimes (D) LEAN  R
Louisiana: Bill Cassidy (R) def. Mary Landrieau (D) LEAN R
Maine: Susan Collins (R) def. Shenna Bellows (D) SAFE R

Massachusetts: Ed Markey (D) def. Frank Addivinola (R) SAFE D
Michigan: Gary Peters (D) def. Terri Lynn Land (R) LIKELY D
Minnesota: Al Franken (D) def. Mike McFadden SAFE D (R)

Mississippi: Thad Cochran (R) def. Travis Childers (D) SAFE R
Montana: Steve Daines (R) def. Amanda Curtis (D) SAFE R
Nebraska: Ben Sasse (R) def. Dave Domina (D) SAFE R

New Hampshire: Jeanne Shaheen (D) def. Scott Brown (R) SAFE D
New Jersey: Cory Booker (D) def. Jeff Bell (R) SAFE D
New Mexico: Tom Udall (D) def. Allen Weh (R) SAFE D

North Carolina: Thom Tillis (R) def. Kay Hagan (D) PURE TOSSUP
Oklahoma: Jim Inhofe (R) def. Matt Silverstein (D) SAFE R
Oklahoma special: James Lankford (R) def. Constance Johnson (D) SAFE R

Oregon: Jeff Merkley (D) def. Monica Wehby (R) SAFE D
Rhode Island: Jack Reed (D) def. Mark Zaccaria (R) SAFE D
South Carolina: Lindsey Graham (R) def. Brad Hutty (D) SAFE R
South Carolina special: Tim Scott (R) def. Joyce Dickerson (D) SAFE R
South Dakota: Mike Rounds (R) def. Rick Weiland (D) and Larry Pressler (I) SAFE R
Tennessee: Lamar Alexander (R) def. Terry Adams (D) SAFE R
Texas: John Cornyn (R) def. Dabid Alameel (D) SAFE R

Virginia: Mark Warner (D) def. Ed Gillespie (R) SAFE D
West Virginia: Shelley Moore Capito (R) def Natalie Tennent (D) SAFE R
Wyoming: Mike Enzi (R) def. Charlie Hardy (D) SAFE R


For a net gain of R+6
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« Reply #126 on: September 06, 2014, 09:01:07 pm »
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« Reply #127 on: September 07, 2014, 05:39:35 am »
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Using the most conservative estimate (thus with many tossups and leans and few safe seats):



Realistically, I'd put IL, MN, SD and NJ in the safe column.
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« Reply #128 on: September 10, 2014, 02:55:28 pm »
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Post-Primary Season Update:

Safe D: DE, HI (S), IL, MA, NJ, NM, OR, RI, VA
Likely D: MI, MN, NH
Lean D: CO
Toss-Up: AK, AR, IA, KS, LA, NC
Lean R: GA, KY
Likely R: SD
Safe R: AL, ID, ME, MS, MT, NE, OK, OK (S), SC, SC (S), TN, TX, WV, WY

Here's my guesstimate of what percentages will look like for each race.

Alabama:

Sessions - 100%

Alaska:


Sullivan - 48%
Begich - 47%

Arkansas:


Cotton - 51%
Pryor - 47%

Colorado:


Udall - 50%
Gardner - 47%

Delaware:

Coons - 64%
Wade - 35%

Georgia (pre-runoff):


Perdue - 52%
Nunn - 45%

Hawaii (S):


Schatz - 65%
Cavasso - 34%

Idaho:

Risch - 65%
Mitchell - 35%

Illinois:

Durbin - 56%
Oberweis - 43%

Kansas*:

Roberts - 46%
Orman - 43%
Taylor - 9%

Kentucky:

McConnell - 52%
Grimes - 46%

Louisiana**:

Landrieu - 45%
Cassidy - 29%
Maness - 14%
Other - 12%

Cassidy - 52%
Landrieu - 48%

Maine:

Collins - 66%
Bellows - 34%

Massachusetts:


Markey - 62%
Herr - 37%

Michigan:


Peters - 53%
Land - 45%

Minnesota:


Franken - 54%
McFadden - 43%

Mississippi:

Cochran - 59%
Childers - 40%

Montana:


Daines - 58%
Curtis - 39%

Nebraska:

Sasse - 60%
Domina - 38%

New Hampshire:

Shaheen - 54%
Brown - 46%

New Jersey:

Booker - 58%
Bell - 40%

New Mexico:


Udall - 59%
Weh - 41%

North Carolina:


Hagan - 47%
Tillis - 46%

Oklahoma:

Inhofe - 65%
Silverstein - 34%

Oklahoma (S):

Lankford - 64%
Johnson - 35%

Oregon:

Merkley - 57%
Wehby - 41%

Rhode Island:

Reed - 67%
Zaccaria - 33%

South Carolina:

Graham - 57%
Hutto - 42%

South Carolina (S):

Scott - 58%
Dickerson - 41%

South Dakota


Rounds - 46%
Weiland - 32%
Pressler - 22%

Tennessee:


Alexander - 63%
Ball - 35%

Texas:


Cornyn - 58%
Alameel - 40%

Virginia:

Warner - 58%
Gillespie - 38%

West Virginia:

Capito - 57%
Tennant - 42%

Wyoming:


Enzi - 70%

Hardy - 29%

*Assuming Taylor stays on the ballot
**Both the pre-runoff and runoff results

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Net Gain R+6, realistic gain is anywhere from 4 to 8. Recent moves: SD from Safe to Likely. WV from Likely to Safe. IA from Lean D to toss-up. Sorry for the long list but likely I won't be updating again until October
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« Reply #129 on: September 24, 2014, 12:59:09 pm »
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Safe GOP (>98% Chance of Victory)
All unlisted GOP seats + Montana, West Virginia, South Dakota

Advantage GOP (60-98% Chance of Victory)
Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky

Tossup
Alaska*, Colorado, Iowa, Kansas*, Louisiana*

Advantage DEM
Michigan, New Hampshire, North Carolina

Safe DEM
All unlisted DEM seats

Asterisked seats would enter the colored category if additional polling information validated what scarce polling data is available.

Georgia would be in the tossup category due to Perdue's insignificant edge in polling, but the hurdle of a runoff works to Perdue's advantage (although I think the turnout difference between the general and the runoff would be far less pronounced than in 2008, when Obama was on the ballot in a presidential year)

Louisiana remains in the tossup category because Cassidy's current polling advantage is both unconfirmed by multiple sources and less than Manness's vote share. Given that it is uncertain whether Republicans will capture 5 or more seats on Election Day, I am not prepared to write off Landrieu's chances in a runoff. However, if Cassidy is truly ahead in the general election, it is hard to see Landrieu prevailing in a runoff, even if Republicans fall short of a majority.

Given my tendency to be slightly optimistic regarding Republican electoral chances (see my 2006, 2010, and 2012 predictions), I am inclined to assign the tossup seats without an asterisk next to them to the Democrats, if forced to choose.
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« Reply #130 on: September 24, 2014, 03:53:04 pm »
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Purple states

CO, NH, MI, IA, NC  Dem

KS indy pickup

Minimum seats Dem need for control is 47 without La and AK

For now I am calling it 47-3-50 & VP Biden breaks tie while La and Ga may head into runoff.
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« Reply #131 on: October 12, 2014, 04:06:19 pm »
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Update (2nd last one before 11/4)

Safe D: DE, HI (S), IL, MA, MI, MN, NJ, NM, OR, RI, VA
Likely D: NH
Lean D: NC
Toss-Up: AK, CO, IA, KS, LA
Lean R: AR, GA, KY, SD
Likely R: None
Safe R: AL, ID, ME, MS, MT, NE, OK, OK (S), SC, SC (S), TN, TX, WV, WY

Changes since last update:

MI: Likely D --> Safe D
MN: Likely D --> Safe D
NC: Toss-Up --> Lean D
CO: Lean D --> Toss-Up
AR: Toss-Up --> Lean R
SD: Likely R --> Lean R

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Guesstimate of margins for competitive races:

Alaska:

Sullivan - 50%
Begich - 46%

Arkansas:

Cotton - 52%
Pryor - 47%

Colorado:

Udall - 49%
Gardner - 48%

Georgia:

Perdue
- 52%
Nunn - 45%

Iowa:

Ernst - 50%
Braley - 48%

Kansas:

Orman - 49%
Roberts - 46%

Kentucky:

McConnell - 53%
Grimes - 45%

Louisiana:

Landrieu - 44%
Cassidy - 36%
Maness - 11%

Cassidy - 51%
Landrieu - 49%

North Carolina:

Hagan - 48%
Tillis - 46%

South Dakota:

Rounds - 39%
Pressler - 32%
Weiland - 27%

For a net gain of R+6 or R+7 (depending on Orman), with 52 or 51 Republicans (with or without Orman) and 48 or 49 Democrats (with or without Orman).
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« Reply #132 on: October 13, 2014, 01:50:28 pm »
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Begich, Grimes and Weiland win.

53-47
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« Reply #133 on: October 18, 2014, 01:57:22 pm »
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My most hackish senate map



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« Reply #134 on: October 18, 2014, 03:49:17 pm »
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July 2013

I remember back in 2013 when people were doubtful about Maine, Montana was assumed Democrat because #Schweitzer4Senate, West Virginia was assumed democrat because it never votes Republican for Congress, and all the other battlegrounds were assumed democratic because muh Incumbency (except for McConnell of course)

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« Reply #135 on: October 20, 2014, 05:31:23 am »
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Here's my newest map:



The states I'm least certain about are IA, NH, KS
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« Reply #136 on: October 21, 2014, 10:39:32 pm »
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Alabama: Jeff Sessions (R) (Safe R HOLD)
Alaska: Dan Sullivan (R) (Lean R GAIN)
Arkansas: Tom Cotton (R) (Lean R GAIN)
Colorado: Cory Gardner (R) (Lean R GAIN)
Delaware: Chris Coons (D) (Safe D HOLD)
Georgia: David Perdue (R) (Lean R HOLD)
Hawaii: Brian Schatz (D) (Safe D HOLD)
Idaho: Jim Risch (R) (Safe R HOLD)
Illinois: Dick Durbin (D) (Safe D HOLD)
Iowa: Joni Ernst (R) (Lean R GAIN)
Kansas: Greg Orman (I) (Tossup)
Kentucky: Mitch McConnell (R) (Lean R HOLD)
Louisiana: Bill Cassidy (R) (Lean R GAIN)
Maine: Susan Collins (R) (Safe R HOLD)
Massachusetts: Ed Markey (D) (Safe D HOLD)
Michigan: Gary Peters (D) (Safe D HOLD)
Minnesota: Al Franken (D) (Safe D HOLD)
Mississippi: Thad Cochran (R) (Safe R HOLD)
Montana: Steve Daines (R) (Safe R GAIN)
Nebraska: Ben Sasse (R) (Safe R HOLD)
New Hampshire: Jeanne Shaneen (D) (Lean D HOLD)
New Jersey: Cory Booker (D) (Safe D HOLD)
New Mexico: Tom Udall (D) (Safe D HOLD)
North Carolina: Kay Hagan (D) (Lean D HOLD)
Oklahoma (1): Jim Inhofe (R) (Safe R HOLD)
Oklahoma (2): James Lankford (R) (Safe R HOLD)
Oregon: Jeff Merkley (D) (Safe D HOLD)
Rhode Island: Jack Reed (D) (Safe D HOLD)
South Carolina (1): Lindsey Graham (R) (Safe R HOLD)
South Carolina (2): Tim Scott (R) (Safe R HOLD)
South Dakota: Mike Rounds (R) (Lean R GAIN)
Tennessee: Lamar Alexander (R) (Safe R HOLD)
Texas: John Cornyn (R) (Safe R HOLD)
Virginia: Mark Warner (D) (Safe D HOLD)
West Virginia: Shelley Moore Capito (R) (Safe R HOLD)
Wyoming: Mike Enzi (R) (Safe R HOLD)

R+7

Composition of the 114th United States Senate:
Republican Party: 52 seats
Democratic Party: 45 seats
Independents: 3 seats
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« Reply #137 on: October 22, 2014, 04:58:55 am »
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« Reply #138 on: October 28, 2014, 03:30:43 pm »
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« Reply #139 on: October 28, 2014, 05:31:11 pm »
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SFinal prediction
51D/48/1

Begich def Sullivan 51/49 (hold)

Cotton def Pryor 53/47 (R pick up)

Udall def Gardner 52/48 (hold)

Durbin def Oberweis 60/40

Braley def Ernst 51/49 (hold)

Orman def Roberts 47/43  (pick up)

Landrieu def Cassidy 53/47 (hold)

Collins def Bellows 70/28

Peters def Land 53/47 (hold)

Daines def Curtis 63/37 (R pick up)

Shaheen def Brown 54/46

Hagen def Tillis 51/49 (hold)

Rounds def Weiland 50/29 (R pick up)

Capito def Tennant 55/45 (R pickup)

Wash in senate
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« Reply #140 on: October 30, 2014, 10:25:07 am »
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South Dakota, West Virginia and Montana are the only seats that I am 100% sure the Republicans will pick up. Gun to my head, I would give the Republicans a slight edge in Colorado, Arkansas, Louisiana, Iowa and Kansas and would probably give Michelle Nunn a very minuscule edge in Georgia however.
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« Reply #141 on: November 02, 2014, 06:34:29 am »
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Stupid question, but is the prediction for GA and LA for the election now or for the run-off? Because my prediction is that the Democrats "win" both without breaking 50% but then lose the runoff. How should I enter the prediction in that scenario?
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« Reply #142 on: November 02, 2014, 11:07:09 am »
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Stupid question, but is the prediction for GA and LA for the election now or for the run-off? Because my prediction is that the Democrats "win" both without breaking 50% but then lose the runoff. How should I enter the prediction in that scenario?

Read the description in the header of the prediction page:

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« Reply #143 on: November 02, 2014, 03:34:10 pm »
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Final Prediction

Lean D: NH, NC
Toss-Up: CO, IA, KS, GA
Lean R: AK, LA
Likely R: AR, KY, SD
Safe R: MT, WV

Changes since last prediction:

NH: Likely D --> Lean D
AK: Toss-Up --> Lean R
LA: Toss-Up --> Lean R
GA: Lean R --> Toss-Up
AR: Lean R --> Likely R
KY: Lean R --> Likely R
SD: Lean R --> Likely R

Margins for close states:

Alaska

Begich - 46%
Sullivan - 51%

Arkansas

Pryor - 45%
Cotton - 53%

Colorado

Udall - 47%
Gardner - 48%

Georgia

Perdue - 48%
Nunn - 48%

Perdue - 52%
Nunn - 48%

Iowa

Ernst - 50%
Braley - 48%

Kansas

Orman - 49%
Roberts - 48%

Kentucky

McConnell - 54%
Grimes - 45%

Louisiana

Landrieu - 45%
Cassidy - 38%
Maness - 10%

Landrieu - 47%
Cassidy - 53%

New Hampshire

Shaheen - 52%
Brown - 48%

North Carolina

Hagan - 49%
Tillis - 47%

(Bolded = Incumbent)

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R+8 or R+7 (depending on Orman). Republicans take the senate with at least 52 seats.
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« Reply #144 on: November 03, 2014, 07:12:36 pm »
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Final prediction: 51* Democrats, 49 Republicans
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« Reply #145 on: November 03, 2014, 08:44:16 pm »
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FINAL UPDATE:

Alabama: Jeff Sessions (R) SAFE R
Alaska: Dan Sullivan (R) def. Mark Begich (D) TOSSUP/TILT R
Arkansas: Tom Cotton (R) def. Mark Pryor (D) LIKELY  R
Colorado: Cory Gardner (R) def. Mark Udall (D) LEAN R

Delaware: Chris Coons (D) def. Kevin Wade SAFE D
Georgia: David Perdue (R) def. Michelle Nunn (D) TOSSUP/TILT R  R
Hawaii special: Brian Schatz (D) def. Campbell Cavaso (R) SAFE D
Idaho: Jim Risch (R) def. Nels Mitchell (D) SAFE R
Illinois: Dick Durbin (D) def. Jim Oberweis (R) SAFE D
Iowa: Joni Ernst (R) def. Bruce Baley (D) TOSSUP/TILT R
Kansas: Greg Orman (I) def. Pat Roberts  (R)  TOSSUP /TILT I
Kentucky: Mitch McConnell (R) def. Allison Lundergan Grimes (D) LIKELY  R
Louisiana: Bill Cassidy (R) def. Mary Landrieau (D) LEAN R
Maine: Susan Collins (R) def. Shenna Bellows (D) SAFE R

Massachusetts: Ed Markey (D) def. Frank Addivinola (R) SAFE D
Michigan: Gary Peters (D) def. Terri Lynn Land (R) SAFE D
Minnesota: Al Franken (D) def. Mike McFadden SAFE D (R)

Mississippi: Thad Cochran (R) def. Travis Childers (D) SAFE R
Montana: Steve Daines (R) def. Amanda Curtis (D) SAFE R
Nebraska: Ben Sasse (R) def. Dave Domina (D) SAFE R

New Hampshire: Jeanne Shaheen (D) def. Scott Brown (R) SAFE D
New Jersey: Cory Booker (D) def. Jeff Bell (R) SAFE D
New Mexico: Tom Udall (D) def. Allen Weh (R) SAFE D
North Carolina: Kay Hagan (D) def. Thom Tillis (R) LEAN D

Oklahoma: Jim Inhofe (R) def. Matt Silverstein (D) SAFE R
Oklahoma special: James Lankford (R) def. Constance Johnson (D) SAFE R
Oregon: Jeff Merkley (D) def. Monica Wehby (R) SAFE D
Rhode Island: Jack Reed (D) def. Mark Zaccaria (R) SAFE D
South Carolina: Lindsey Graham (R) def. Brad Hutty (D) SAFE R
South Carolina special: Tim Scott (R) def. Joyce Dickerson (D) SAFE R
South Dakota: Mike Rounds (R) def. Rick Weiland (D) and Larry Pressler (I) LIKELY  R
Tennessee: Lamar Alexander (R) def. Terry Adams (D) SAFE R
Texas: John Cornyn (R) def. Dabid Alameel (D) SAFE R

Virginia: Mark Warner (D) def. Ed Gillespie (R) SAFE D
West Virginia: Shelley Moore Capito (R) def Natalie Tennent (D) SAFE R
Wyoming: Mike Enzi (R) def. Charlie Hardy (D) SAFE R


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« Reply #146 on: November 03, 2014, 10:22:09 pm »
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AL: Jeff Sessions (R) unopposed
*AK: Dan Sullivan (R) 49% (I) Mark Begich (D) 48% Others 2%
*AR: Tom Cotton (R) 53% (I) Mark Pryor (D) 44% Other 3%
*CO: Cory Gardner (R) 50% (I) Mark Udall (D) 48% Other 2%
DE: (I) Chris Coons (D) over 60%
GA: David Perdue (R) 49% Michelle Nunn (D) 47% Amanda Swafford (L) 4%. neither candidate breaks 50% GA goes to a January runoff.
HI: (I) Brian Schatz (D) over 60%
ID: (I) Jim Risch (R) over 60%
IL: (I) Dick Durbin (D) under 55%
*IA: Joni Ernst (R) 51% Bruce Braley (D) 47% Other 2%
*KS: Greg Orman (I) 49% (I) Pat Roberts (R) 47% Randall Batson (L) 4%
KY: (I) Mitch McConnell 54% Alison Grimes (D) 43% David Patterson (L) 3%
LA: (I) Mary Landrieu (D) 44% Bill Cassidy (R) 37% Rob Maness (R) 15% Other 4%. Landreiu and Cassidy advance to a December h2h runoff, where Cassidy has a decided advantage (this is the jungle primary).
ME: (I) Susan Collins (R) over 55%
MA: (I) Ed Markey (D) over 55%
MI: Gary Peters (D) over 55%
MN: (I) Al Franken (D) under 55%
MS: (I) Thad Cochran (R) over 55%
*MT: Steve Daines (R) over 55%
NE: Ben Sasse (R) over 55%
*NH: Scott Brown (R) 51% (I) Jeanne Shaheen (D) 49%
NJ: (I) Cory Booker (D) over 55%
NM: (I) Mark Udall (D) under 55%
NC: (I) Kay Hagan (D) 50% Thom Tillis (R) 46% Sean Haugh (L) 4%
OK and OK-special: (I) Jim Inhofe (R) over 60% and James Lankford (R) over 60%
OR: (I) Jeff Merkley (D) over 55%
RI: (I) Jack Reed (D) over 65%
SC and SC-special: (I) Lindsey Graham (R) under 55% Thomas Ravenel (I) over 5%, and (I) Tim Scott (R) over 60%
*SD: Mike Rounds (R) 45% Rick Weiland (D) 36% Larry Pressler (I) 15% Gordon Howie (I) 4%
TN: (I) Lamar Alexander (R) over 55%
TX: (I) John Cornyn (R) over 55%
VA: (I) Mark Warner (D) under 55%
*WV Shelley Moore Capito (R) over 55%
WY: (I) Mike Enzi (R) over 60%

Before Colorado, Kansas, Alaska and New Hampshire get counted, and before the GA and LA runoffs, I have the Senate 48-46 in favor of the GOP.

If Kansas goes to the Indie/Dem Orman as I predict, Alaska goes to Sullivan by a hair, and Colorado goes to Gardner, that makes it 50-47 GOP before the GA and LA runoffs. They only need to win one of NH, GA, LA to take Senate control.

I have Scott Brown in an upset, and then after the December and January runoffs in LA and GA both going to the GOP (Cassidy and Perdue will be favored) the final Senate result should be 53-47 in favor of the GOP, a six seat advantage.
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« Reply #147 on: November 19, 2014, 10:49:42 pm »
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Obviously in certain places votes are still being counted, but the results are pretty clear-cut now in nearly every race. I don't want to rush anyone, but when will we see scores and rankings?
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« Reply #148 on: November 19, 2014, 11:35:12 pm »
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Obviously in certain places votes are still being counted, but the results are pretty clear-cut now in nearly every race. I don't want to rush anyone, but when will we see scores and rankings?

We should probably wait for Louisiana to be over, if only for ceremonial purposes.
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« Reply #149 on: November 23, 2014, 11:42:55 pm »
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Obviously in certain places votes are still being counted, but the results are pretty clear-cut now in nearly every race. I don't want to rush anyone, but when will we see scores and rankings?

Wouldn't we have to wait until all results are certified before we get scores? For example, Jerry Brown is currently sitting at 59.9% with some more votes left to count, and it matters in our score whether we put >50% or >60%. Plus there's still the Louisiana runoff.
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