Key Senate Races: A Quick Look

Americans for Limited Government President Rick Manning predicts Republicans will retain control of the U.S. Senate, with Republicans picking up two seats in Alabama and Michigan and Democrats picking up two seats in Colorado and North Carolina. Check out how Rick’s Picks compare to the voters’ picks. NOTE:  This is not how Rick necessarily hopes these elections go, but instead his best guess for the outcomes.

Key Races Rick’s Picks Voters’ Picks
ArizonaIncumbent Republican Martha McSally


Democrat Mark Kelly

McSally wins Kelly won
GeorgiaIncumbent Republican

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David Perdue


Democratic challenger Jon Ossoff

Perdue wins Too close to call
Georgia3-way special election between

Incumbent Republican

Kelly Loeffler


Republican Rep. Doug Collins


Rev. Raphael Warnock

(If no candidate reaches the 50% threshold, the race goes to a runoff in January.)

Run-off between Loeffler and Warnock Run-off between Loeffler and Warnock
ColoradoIncumbent Republican

Cory Gardner


Former Gov. John Hickenlooper

Hickenlooper wins Hickenlooper wins
MontanaIncumbent Republican

Steve Daines


Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock

Daines wins Daines wins
North CarolinaIncumbent Republican Thom Tillis


Democrat former state Sen. Cal Cunningham

Tillis wins Too close to call
South CarolinaIncumbent Republican

Lindsey Graham


Democrat challenger

Jaime Harrison

Graham wins Graham wins
AlabamaIncumbent Democrat Doug Jones vs.

Republican challenger

Tommy Tuberville

Tuberville wins Tuberville wins
MichiganIncumbent Democratic Sen. Gary Peters


Republican challenger John James

James wins Too close to call
MinnesotaIncumbent Democrat Tina Smith vs.

Republican challenger Jason Lewis

Lewis wins Smith wins

(Ed. ~ Of course, it’s possible any of these could change before this goes live…)

Catherine Mortensen is the Vice President of Communications at Americans for Limited Government.


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