Top Senate seats most likely to flip in November

The latest Senate rankings show that the matchups in key races that will determine the balance of power in the chamber look relatively settled seven months before the November election. Republicans need just one or two seats to flip the Senate, depending on who wins the White House this fall. The top three races on the list -- West Virginia, Montana, and Ohio -- aren't going anywhere. Pennsylvania drops down to No. 6. Nevada jumps up two spots. Michigan moves above Wisconsin despite Biden carrying Michigan by a healthier margin in 2020. Maryland makes an appearance for the first time, sliding in just above Texas. That means nine of the top 10 seats likely to flip are currently held by Democrats. Democrats see the noncompetitiveness of the presidential contest in Ohio as an advantage that could allow the Senate race to dominate messaging. After an ugly primary, Moreno ended the pre-primary reporting period on February 28 with significantly less cash than Brown -- $2.6 million to the senator's $13.5 million.

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