CivicForumPAC: U.S. Senate Race Ratings (October)

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HI (D-Inouye) CT (D-Open) CA (D-Boxer) AK (R-Murkowsi) AL (R-Shelby)
MD (D- Mikulski) DE (D-Open) CO (D-Bennet) FL (R-Open) AR (D-Lincoln)
NY-A (D-Schumer)
IL (D-Open) IN (D-Open) AZ (R-McCain)
NY-B (D-Gillibrand)
NV (D-Reid) KY (R-Open) GA (R-Isakson)
OR (D-Wyden)
WA (D-Murray) MO (R-Open) IA (R-Grassley)
VT (D-Leahy)
WV (D-Open) NC (R-Burr) ID (R-Crapo)


NH (R-Open) KS (R-Open)



OH (R-Open) LA (R-Vitter)



PA (D-Open) ND (D-Open)
WI (D-Feingold) OK (R-Coburn)

SC (R-DeMint)

SD (R-Thune)

UT (R-Open)

Summary

Senate Composition: 57 Democrats, 41 Republicans, 2 Independents

Seats Up In 2010: 37

GOP Pickups: ND, AR, IN, PA, WI, NV, IL, CO

GOP Losses: none

Projected Net Senate Change: GOP + 8

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Changes Since September:

- CA (D-Boxer) and WA (D-Murray): Moves From “Lean Democrat” To “Toss Up”

- NY B (D-Gillibrand): Moves From “Lean Democrat” to “Safe Democrat”

Published October 29, 1:20pm

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