#1 Election 2010: Senate Balance Of Power - Wednesday, August 25, 201008-25-2010, 01:47 PM
New polling in the hotly contested California senate race has moved that race to Toss-Up status from Leans Democratic in the Rasmussen Reports Balance of Power Rankings. In the latest polling conducted on Tuesday Night Carly Fiorina and Barbara Boxer are virtually tied.
To find out how Rasmussen Reports determines its Balance of Power rankings, click here.
With three months to go, Rasmussen Reports polling shows that Republicans are poised to pick up Democratic-held Senate seats in three states— Arkansas, Indiana and North Dakota. Two others are leaning that way--Delaware and Pennsylvania. Arkansas' Blanche Lincoln is the only incumbent senator left in these races who is currently projected to lose a seat. The others are open-seat races following retirements by Democratic incumbents, with the exception of Pennsylvania, where incumbent Arlen Specter was defeated in the state's Democratic Primary.
At the moment, no Republican-held seats appear headed for the Democratic column.
Currently, there are six states in the Toss-Up category. Outside of the Toss-Ups, projections indicate that Democrats can probably count on having 49 Senate seats after Election Day, while Republicans will hold 45.
Five of the six Toss-up states are currently Democratic seats, while one is held by the GOP.
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