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US Senate Races (10/29/2004)

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South Dakota:

R – John Thune 49%
D – Tom Daschle 46%

GOP GAIN

Florida:

R – Martinez 47%
D – Castor 46%

GOP GAIN

Colorado:

R – Coors 42%
D – Salazar 48%

Dem GAIN

Oklahoma:

R – Coburn 41%
D – Carson 38%

GOP HOLD

Alaska:

R – Murkowski 45%
D – Knowles 47%

Dem GAIN

NC:

R – Burr 47%
D – Bowles 46%

GOP GAIN

Louisiana:

R – Vitter 51%

D – Kennedy 15%
D – John 17%

GOP GAIN

SC:

R – DEMINT 52%
D – TENENBAUM 39%

GOP GAIN

Kentucky:

R – Bunning 53%
D – Mongiardo 39%

GOP HOLD

Georgia:

R – Isakson 55%
D – Majette 39%

GOP GAIN

Illinois:

R – Keyes 25%
D – Obama 67%

Dem GAIN

OVERALL IMPACT:

GOP gains 6 seats
GOP holds 2 seats
Dems gain 3 seats
Dems hold 0 seats

The GOP wins 3 seats overall. They enter the new Senate with a 54-45-1* advantage.

* The 1 Independent usually votes with the Democrats

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About RJ

  • That’s the way I read it, too.

    Bummer.

  • RJ

    FWIW…

    Castor may very well hold that FL Senate seat for the Dems.

    Also, never count out ol’ Tom “Landslide” Daschle…

    So, the GOP could realistically pick up only a single Senate seat this election.

    Cheer up! 😉

  • RJ

    I’m pretty good at this, alright!

    I was only wrong in a single race: Alaska. I picked the Dem to win, but he didn’t.

    Instead of a 54-45-1 Senate, we have a 55-44-1 Senate!

    It’s GOOD to be wrong… ;-D

  • RJ – I’m just curious, is your arm a little sore from patting yourself on the back???

    Just kidding, you did a better job than the people that get paid a lot of money to do it!

  • RJ

    Thanks, Andy.

    We conservative-to-moderate armchair pundits have a much better track record than the MSM in predicting such things. We don’t live in a liberal bubble. We don’t look down on ACTUAL VOTERS as some sort of lower life form.

    In short, WE GET IT, and they don’t.