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Presidential election: Tuesday, November 3rd 2020 Candidates: Republican: Donald Trump / Mike Pence Democrat: Joe Biden / Kamala Harris Libertarian: Jo Jorgensen / Spike Cohen Green Party: Howie Hawkins / Angela Walker More likely battleground states: FL, PA, MI, AZ, NC, WI Less likely battleground states: TX, GA, NV, MN, IA, OH, NH Considered safe: Biden: HI, CA, OR, WA, CO, NM, IL, VA, MD, NJ, DE, NY, VT, CT, RI, MA Trump: AK, ID, UT, WY, ND, SD, KS, LA, MO, MT, AR, AL, TN, MS, OK, KY, WV, IN, SC Split/non-WTA states: ME, NE US Senate All Class 2's are up (elections in 14/20/26/32), and two appointed Class 3's (who I think are gonna have another election in 2022) are having a special election so it's 35 in total this year: Class 3 special elections (incumbent first): AZ: McSally (R) vs. Kelly (D) GA: Loeffler (R) vs. Doug Collins (R) vs. Warnock (D) -- Open.. runoff Jan 5, 2021 Class 2 elections (incumbent/party first): States to watch: AL: Jones (D) vs. Tuberville (R) MI: Peters (D) vs. James (R) MN: Smith (D) vs. Lewis (R) NH: Shaheen (D) vs. Messner (R) NM: Lujan (D) vs. Ronchetti (R) CO: Gardner (R) vs. Hickenlooper (D) GA: Perdue (R) vs. Ossoff (D) -- potential runoff? IA: Ernst (R) vs. Greenfield (D) KY: McConnell (R) vs. McGrath (D) ME: Susan Collins (R) vs. Gideon (D) MT: Daines (R) vs. Bullock (D) NC: Tillis (R) vs. Cunningham (D) SC: Graham (R) vs. Harrison (D) TX: Cornyn (R) vs. Hegar (D) Other states: DE: Coons (D) vs. Witzke (R) IL: Durbin (D) vs. Curran (R) MA: Markey (D) vs. O'Connor (R) NJ: Booker (D) vs. Mehta (R) OR: Merkley (D) vs. Jo Rae Perkins (R) RI: Reed (D) vs. Waters (R) VA: Warner (D) vs. Gade (R) AK: Sullivan (R) vs. Gross (D) AR: Cotton (R) vs. Harrington ( L ) -- (Democrat Mahony dropped out after deadline, damn forum converted L into heart emoji ) ID: Risch (R) vs. Jordan (D) KS: Marshall (R) vs. Bollier (D) LA: Cassidy (R) vs. Adrian Perkins (D) -- Open Primary (if no one above 50% then runoff) MS: Hyde-Smith (R) vs. Espy (D) NE: Sasse (R) vs. Janicek (D) OK: Inhofe (R) vs. Broyles (D) SD: Rounds (R) vs. Ahlers (D) TN: Hagerty (R) vs. Bradshaw (D) WV: Capito (R) vs. Swearengin (D) WY: Lummis (R) vs. Ben-David (D) Republicans can afford to lose 3/4 seats, depending on who's VP. If the seats are close, it really might not be until January runoffs where control of the chamber is really decided. US House elections: 435 seats, Dems have 232 and can afford to lose around 14-17 depending on what's happening with some currently open seats. State Elections / Amendments / Initiatives https://ballotpedia.org/State_legislative_elections,_2020 https://ballotpedia.org/Ballot_Measure_Scorecard,_2020#November_3 Polling Places https://www.vote.org/polling-place-locator/ Election Day is upon us, those who haven't yet voted still should. Will find sources for election results in a follow-up post sometime later (specifically on platforms that aren't censored from reporting conclusive results), but those looking for sources now can find a few at the Decision Desk HQ, NYT, Politico, FOX, etc.