Tuesday, 27 October, 2020

Election 2014


It is time for the 2014 Election Day predictions…  Feel free to play along with the 2014 Pick ’em. Each of the 36 senate races are worth a point; the House of Representatives serves as a tiebreaker.

  • AK- Sullivan *Formerly Democrat*
  • AL- Sessions
  • AR- Colton *Formerly Democrat*
  • CO- Gardner *Formerly Democrat*
  • DE- Coons
  • GA- Perdue, after runoff
  • HI- Schatz
  • IA- Ernst *Formerly Democrat*
  • ID- Risch
  • IL- Durbin
  • KS- Orman (I) *Formerly Republican*
  • KY- McConnell
  • LA- Cassidy *Formerly Democrat*
  • MA- Markey
  • ME- Collins
  • MI- Peters
  • MN- Franken
  • MS- Cochran
  • MT- Daines *Formerly Democrat*
  • NC- Hagan
  • NE- Sasse
  • NH- Shaheen
  • NJ- Booker
  • NM- Udall
  • OK- Inhofe
  • OK- Lankford
  • OR- Merkley
  • RI- Reed
  • SC- Graham
  • SC- Scott *Formerly Democrat*
  • SD- Rounds
  • TN- Alexander
  • TX- Cornryn
  • VA- Warner
  • WV- Capito *Formerly Democrat*
  • WY- Enzi

52 Republicans +7 (+8 from Democrats, -1 to Independents)
45 Democrats -8 (-8 to Republicans)
03 Independents +1 (+1 from Republicans)

If these projections stay in place, then the Senate would flip to the Republicans.  Nonetheless, the Senate could easily fill with political intrigue.  With a couple of surprise defeats, the GOP would only hold 50 seats – not enough to govern with a Democratic Vice President (or Independent) serving as a tiebreaker.

House of Representatives (Tie-Breaker)

237R – 198D

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