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Senate Campaigns Worth Supporting

The battle for control of the next Senate is underway, and everyone who wants to see Joe Biden succeed as President, and who doesn’t want to see the courts, most critically the Supreme Court, shoved even further to the right, should fully engage now. In campaigns, early support is often much more critical than support later on.

Presented below are Senate campaigns worth supporting. Some may be better prospects than others, and some candidates may have greater appeal to you than others. In addition to the information presented directly below, additional useful resources include New York Times coverage links (see Battle for Control of Senate Takes Shape) as well as The Cook Political Report and specifically its Senate race ratings page. It lays out their view of the chances of each Senate seat changing parties. The Democratic Senate Campaign Committee website may be worth monitoring as well.

A few of the campaigns below are rated by the political pros as long shots. At this stage, everything is very volatile and unpredictable, so don’t give up on any good challenger. And by all means don’t give up on either of the two incumbent Democratic Senators who most need (and who richly deserve) our support.

Doug Jones
Democratic incumbent in Alabama. Jones is an endangered Democratic incumbent Senator who took a very brave guilty vote in Trump's impeachment trial. Jones is seeking volunteers (and donations of course). His Wikipedia page is helpful, and the Alabama Senate race Wikipedia page is useful as well. Campaign website >>

Gary Peters
Democratic incumbent in Michigan. His Wikipedia page is helpful, and the Michigan Senate race Wikipedia page is useful as well. Campaign website >>

John Hickenlooper
Democratic challenger to Colorado incumbent Republican Cory Gardner. His Wikipedia page is helpful, and the Colorado Senate race Wikipedia page is useful as well. Campaign website >>

Mark Kelly
Democratic challenger to Arizona incumbent Republican Martha McSally. Kelly is seeking volunteers (and donations of course). His climate and environmental positions are summarized here, and the latest news and videos from the campaign are here. His Wikipedia page is helpful. Campaign website >>

Amy McGrath
Democratic challenger to Kentucky incumbent Republican Mitch McConnell. Her Wikipedia page is helpful, and the Kentucky Senate race Wikipedia page is useful as well. Campaign website >>

Jaime Harrison
Democratic challenger to South Carolina incumbent Republican Lindsey Graham. His Wikipedia page is helpful, and the South Carolina Senate race Wikipedia page is useful as well. Campaign website >>

Steve Bullock
Democratic challenger to Montana incumbent Republican Steve Daines. His Wikipedia page is helpful, and the Montana Senate race Wikipedia page is useful as well. Campaign website >>

Theresa Greenfield
Democratic challenger to Iowa incumbent Republican Joni Ernst. The Iowa Senate race Wikipedia page is useful. Campaign website >>

Sara Gideon
Democratic challenger to Maine incumbent Republican Susan Collins. Her Wikipedia page is helpful, and the Maine Senate race Wikipedia page is useful as well. Gideon's environmental positions have earned her the endorsement of the League of Conservation Voters. The Bangor Daily News reports that she is nearly tied with Collins. Campaign website >>

Barbara Bollier
Democratic candidate against the Republican nominee in Kansas. The Republican incumbent, Pat Roberts, is retiring. Her Wikipedia page is helpful, and the Kansas Senate race Wikipedia page is useful as well. Campaign website >>

Jon Ossoff
Democratic challenger to Georgia Republican incumbent David Perdue. His Wikipedia page is helpful, and the Georgia Senate race Wikipedia page is useful as well. Campaign website >>

Raphael Warnock
Democratic challenger to Georgia Republican incumbent Kelly Loeffler. His Wikipedia page is helpful, and the Georgia Senate (special election) race Wikipedia page is useful as well. Campaign website >>

Cal Cunningham
Democratic challenger to North Carolina Republican incumbent Thom Tillis. His Wikipedia page is helpful, and the North Carolina Senate race Wikipedia page is useful as well. Campaign website >>

M.J. Hegar
Democratic challenger to Texas Republican incumbent John Cornyn. Her Wikipedia page is helpful, and the Texas Senate race Wikipedia page is useful as well. Campaign website >>

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