by Chris Bodenner
Politico ranks the top ten competitive Senate races:

There’s no escaping the fundamental reality that the outlook is bleak for Senate Republicans. The question isn’t whether Democrats will pick up seats; it’s whether the GOP can minimize its losses. In an indication of how bad the national landscape is for Republicans, our initial rankings feature just one Democratic-held seat among those most likely to change hands.

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