Yeah, no way the dems are taking the senate. They'd need to swing 4 seats while defending states like Alabama. They'd also have to hold off a challenge in New Hampshire and Michigan (if someone like John James ran again). Virginia may be a long shot, but who knows if a challenge could spring up there too, but my hopes are a little low for that. Democrats only have a chance in Colorado and Arizona, mostly, but Arizona still slightly leans red (but that could go away if that weak RINO McSally gets the nod again even though she lost last time). Maybe, but doubtfully, Iowa too is at risk (but Ernst won there in 2014 by about 10%). To top it off, Republicans are flush with money this time around, far better off than 2018.