Electoral College and Senate Ratings Changes from Sabato's Crystal Ball

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Sabato's Crystal Ball has made three changes to its 2020 Electoral College outlook and changes to three Senate races in 2020.  The maps below reflect the updated forecast; click or tap for an interactive version.

Electoral College

Colorado and Maine (at-large) move from Leans to Likely Democratic, while North Carolina goes from Leans Republican to Toss Up.

Senate

Two of the most closely-watched races this cycle are updated. Arizona moves from Toss Up to Leans Democratic, while Maine goes from Leans Republican to Toss Up. In Georgia's regular Senate election (incumbent David Perdue), the rating moves in his favor from Leans to Likely Republican.

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