Updated Senate Consensus Map with Shifts in South Carolina, Alaska

Forecasters at the Cook Political Report and Sabato's Crystal Ball have moved the South Carolina Senate race from Safe to Likely Republican. The Crystal Ball has also made that same ratings change in Alaska.  These seats remain longshot pickup opportunities for Democrats - particularly given the history of Senate races in presidential election years - but conditions on the ground indicate they have at least some possibility of becoming competitive.

Our consensus Senate map reflects these changes. This map only considers a race safe if all the forecasters1 1Currently Sabato, Cook and Inside Elections. More will be added by this summer. agree on that categorization. By doing it this way, we are showing the broadest possible group of races that could be competitive. Use the map to create and share your own 2020 Senate forecast.

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