The primary is that Democrats are defending 14 seats, in contrast with the GOP’s 20. Along with defending fewer seats — and having extra open seats to assault — Democrats seem to have the higher alternatives for now. Open seats in North Carolina and Pennsylvania are notably tantalizing, given how shut these states had been within the 2020 presidential race and that it’s usually harder to defeat an incumbent. Democrats may even have a great alternative in one other key swing state, Wisconsin, no matter whether or not Sen. Ron Johnson (R), who’s contemplating retirement, seeks reelection.
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