2010 Senate rankings

These Rankings are out of date, see here for more up-to-date rankings

Solid Democratic (7)

Democratic Potential Dark-Horse (3)

Likely Democratic (1)

Leans Democratic (3)

Toss-ups (7)

Leans Republican (4)

Likely Republican

Republican Potential Dark-Horse (4)

Safe Republican (7)

Senate rankings page posted 2/03/2009: Reflects Judd Gregg moving towards the cabinet and Bonnie Newman being named his replacement, but does not see the New Hampshire seat as being open until Newman states intention not to run for election.

Senate Rankings update 2/12/2009: Reflects Judd Gregg’s decision to withdraw his name from consideration and not running for re-election and includes putting SD-Sen in the Solid Republican category (this wasn’t added originally, but SD-Sen I see as being safe for the time being).

Senate Rankings update 7/15/2009: Changed PA-Sen to Leans Democratic from Leans Republican (finally), moved LA-Sen to Leans Republican from Republican Potential Darkhorse, moved CT-Sen from Democratic Potential Darkhorse to Leans Democratic, moved KS-Sen from Leans Republican to Republican Potential Darkhorse, moved OK-Sen to Republican Potential Darkhorse from Safe Republican,

Update 8/22/2009 Kentucky is changed to open seat

Update 8/27/2009 Added TX-Sen and MA-Sen as Senate races as being Leans Republican and Likely Democratic respectively.

Update 9/3/2009 Moved Nevada from Democratic Potential Darkhorse to Leans Democratic

Update 9/14/2009 Moved New York-B and North Dakota from Potential Democratic Darkhorse to Safe Democratic, moved Illinois from Potential Democratic Darkhorse to Leans Democratic, chart now reflects Sen. Lemieux in Florida (who does not intend to seek election).

Update 10/6/2009 Moved Arkansas from Democratic Potential Darkhorse to Leans Democratic, moved Nevada from Leans Democratic to Toss-up, moved Open Delaware from Potential Democratic Darkhorse to Leans Democratic

Update 1/6/2010 Moved Arkansas from Leans Democratic to Toss-up, moved Delaware from Leans Democratic to Toss-up, moved Connecticut from Toss-up to Likely Democratic (and reflecting Chris Dodd’s retirement), moved North Dakota from Safe Democratic to Likely Republican (and reflected Byron Dorgan’s retirement).

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