The contest over which party will win the majority of the seats in the Senate has been going back and forth for the last few months. Today, RCP showed that if Election Day were today, the Senate will end up in a 50-50 tie. Their prediction is that the Democrats will win none of the Republican seats, while the GOP will be victorious in 9 seats currently controlled by the Democrats.

The turn over states and the current status of the races are shown below. If you click on the state name, you can read the analysis articles we have done at rightpundits.com. In each of these races, the candidate in front is a Republican; the other is the Democratic opponent.

Arkansas – Boozman is beating Lincoln by 19.7%

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Colorado – Buck is leading Bennet by 4.4%

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Illinois – Kirk is leading Giannoulias by 1.2%

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Indiana – Coats is beating Ellsworth by 17%

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Nevada – Angle is leading Reid by .3%

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North Dakota
– Hoeven is clobbering Potter by 43%.

(I can’t believe somebody did a story on this race.)
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Pennsylvania – Toomey is leading Sestak by 6.6%

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West Virginia – Raese is leading Manchin by 4.5%

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Wisconsin – Johnson is leading Feingold by 9%

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As you can see, many of these are close, some within the margin of error. But the premise of the article is that the current leader, by however slight a margin, actually wins on Election Day.

I’d also like to predict that if each of these races goes as projected, Lieberman will officially become a Republican.