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Sun Feb 17, 2013, 07:57 AM

2014 US Senate Election.

7 most vulnerable seats up in 2014 are Democratic held.
AK-Begich-D, AR-Pryor-D,IA-OPEN-D,LA-Landrieu-D,NC-Hagan-D,SD-Johnson-D,and WV-OPEN-D.

WV-OPEN-D is the only seat going Republican- Capito-R.

SD-Johnson-D depends on first whether or not Johnson-D runs again, If he does run, he has a 50-50 chance of defeating Rounds-R. If Johnson retires, what are the chances of Herseth-D defeating Rounds-R.

IA-OPEN-D is likely to stay Democratic. Braley-D defeats King-R. King-R wins the Republican primary over Latham-R or Reynolds-R. Braley-D wins the General against either Latham-R or Reynolds-R as well.

Democratic incumbents in AK-Begich-D,LA-Landrieu-D,and NC-Hagan-D are leading their Likely GOP challengers by at least a high single digit margin.

Pryor(D-AR) is likely to defeat Darr-R.

Democrats hold onto AK,AR,IA,LA,and NC.
SD is a Tossup. WV goes Republican.

Democrats have to look after open seat scenarios in MI and MT.
MT-Democrats have Schweitzer-D, McColluch-D, Lindeen-D. or Juneau-D. Either of them will defeat the GOP nominee.
MI- Democrats have Peters or Schauer. Either of them defeats the GOP nominee.

Democrats hold onto CO-Udall-D and MN-Franken-D.

NJ-Stays Democratic- The biggest question is who is going to be the Democratic nominee- Booker or Pallone-D.

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