Senate Races 2020
I'm so disgusted with the GOP Senate that I think we Dems should pay more attention to flipping the Senate instead of obsessing about the presidential race. Much of this partisan division can be pinned on McConnell, starting with his refusal to work with Obama, then denying Merrick Garland a hearing, and finally his capitulation to everything Trump for his and the GOP Senate's own political benefit. If Trump is reelected, McConnell will continue to protect him. Trumpism has now overtaken the GOP.
Here are the seats that are up for election in 2020. Democrats will need to pick up three or four seats to gain a majority in the Senate, depending on which party wins control of the vice presidency.
GOP seats that are labeled toss-ups are Martha McSally in AZ, who lost her election to Senator Kyrsten Sinema but was appointed to McCain's seat by the governor. Her opponent will likely be Mark Kelly, former astronaut and Gabby Gifford's husband.
Cory Gardner of Colorado is a first-term Senator. His opponent will likely be former Governor John Hickelooper. Former Speaker of the State House Andrew Romanov is also running but this is his third campaign for a U.S. Congressional seat and he hasn't been able to get into the big leagues.
Then there is Susan Collins of ME. Her Dem challenger is State House Speaker Sara Gideon.
On the Dem side, Doug Jones of AL is labeled a toss-up. His challenger may be Roy Moore or Jeff Sessions. 'Nuff said about those two!
Cook Political Report has also put a few more Senate races in the "likely" and "lean" categories.