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Senators Who Are Up For Re-Election in 2020

Since I looked this up, here is the list of Senators who are running for election in 2020.

Lake Michigan at Dusk, number 713

Since I looked this up, here is the list of Senators who are running for election in 2020. I would suggest that the ones who voted against witnesses in the Trump* trial should not win their re-election, unfortunately, some will anyway.

  • Alabama – Doug Jones – voted for witnesses, but who knows if he’ll win again in deeply conservative Alabama
  • Alaska – Dan Sullivan – voted no, sadly will probably win re-election
  • Arizona (special) – Martha McSally – voted no, of course, and should lose her election because of it and other reasons
  • Arkansas – Tom Cotton – voted no, sadly will probably win re-election 
  • Colorado – Cory Gardner, voted no, should lose because of his moral cowardice
  • Delaware – Chris Coons – voted yes, should win in a Democratic plurality state
  • Georgia –David Perdue – voted no, sadly will probably win re-election 
  • Georgia (special) –Kelly Loeffler – voted no, sadly will probably win re-election 
  • Idaho – Jim Risch -voted no, sadly will probably win re-election 
  • Illinois –Dick Durbin – voted yes, should win re-election handily as he’s fairly popular in Illinois
  • Iowa – Joni Ernst – voted no, should lose for being a tool of Putin, but Iowa is a toss-up so who knows 
  • Kansas – Pat Roberts (retiring) -voted no, because he has no moral courage. Not sure who wins to replace Roberts, the universe sure hopes it isn’t Kris Kobach. Doubtful this seat flips, but maybe? 
  • Kentucky – Mitch McConnell -voted no, sadly will probably win, but it will be closer than usual for Moscow Mitch.
  • Louisiana  – Bill Cassidy – voted no, sadly will probably win re-election 
  • Maine – Susan Collins – voted yes, but is not popular in Maine and could very well lose which would cause much rejoicing across the country.
  • Massachusetts – Ed Markey – voted yes, should win easily
  • Michigan –Gary Peters – voted yes, and probably will win, but it will be close
  • Minnesota – Tina Smith – voted yes, and might squeak out a win in Al Franken’s old seat
  • Mississippi –Cindy Hyde-Smith – voted no, sadly will probably win re-election in deeply conservative Mississippi 
  • Montana – Steve Daines -voted no, sadly will probably win re-election 
  • Nebraska – Ben Sasse – voted no, sadly will probably win re-election despite having no moral courage
  • New Hampshire – Jeanne Shaheen – voted yes, will probably win re-election
  • New Jersey – Cory Booker – voted yes, will probably win easily. Did you know he is a vegan?
  • New Mexico – Tom Udall (retiring) – voted yes, but will the seat flip? Depends who wins the primary I suppose
  • North Carolina – Thom Tillis – voted no, could very well lose because of it, but it’s currently a toss-up 
  • Oklahoma – Jim Inhofe – voted no, sadly will probably win re-election. Should really move to Yemen or somewhere not America.
  • Oregon – Jeff Merkley – voted yes, should win easily
  • Rhode Island – Jack Reed – voted yes, should win easily
  • South Carolina – Lindsey Graham – voted no, of course, and is in real trouble. I’d be embarrassed to be represented by such a sycophant if I lived in South Carolina
  • South Dakota – Mike Rounds – voted no, sadly will probably win re-election 
  • Tennessee – Lamar Alexander (retiring) – voted no, even though said Trump* was probably guilty. No moral courage, in contrast to his mentor Howard Baker. Will the state flip? Probably not. 
  • Texas – John Cornyn – voted no, and as much as I hate to say it, will probably win because of rural Texans and voter suppression etc.
  • Virginia – Mark Warner – voted yes, should win re-election, though it could be close
  • West Virginia – Shelley Moore Capito – voted no, sadly will probably win re-election 
  • Wyoming –Mike Enzi (retiring) – voted no, sadly will be replaced by a similarly morally bankrupt Republican. 

Remembering That Imperfect Memory

Too early to game it out with certainty, but it is possible that Moscow Mitch will no longer be Senate Majority Leader in 2021, and the nation will collectively heave a sigh of relief

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