Excerpt from Townhall
Written by Jason Hopkins
If Democrats thought it couldn’t get any worse than 2016, they hopefully won’t look at the 2018 Senate map looming ahead. In total, 33 Senate seats will be in play. Of those 33, only eight are held by Republicans. Democrats will be defending 25 (two are independents who caucus with Democrats). These Democrats were elected (or re-elected) during the 2012 presidential campaign and will now have to face the rougher terrain of a mid-term election.
Here is a breakdown of the races most likely to flip the Republicans’ way.