10 Senate races that Democrats cannot lose in 2018

2018's midterms will offer the first nationwide referendum on Donald Trump’s presidency. Democrats think their base is energized but they have to defend a massive 25 seats, compared with just eight for Republicans. Among those 25 states, Trump won 10 of them with a double-digit margin. Here is a list of states that Democrats cannot lose in 2018 midterms:

1. Florida - Sen. Bill Nelson running for re-election

Florida - Sen. Bill Nelson running for re-election

2. Indiana — Sen. Joe Donnelly running for reelection

Indiana — Sen. Joe Donnelly running for reelection

3. Missouri — Sen. Claire McCaskill running for reelection

Missouri — Sen. Claire McCaskill running for reelection

4. North Dakota — Sen. Heidi Heitkamp running for reelection

 North Dakota — Sen. Heidi Heitkamp running for reelection

5. West Virginia — Sen. Joe Manchin running for reelection

West Virginia — Sen. Joe Manchin running for reelection

6. Ohio — Sen. Sherrod Brown running for reelection

Ohio — Sen. Sherrod Brown running for reelection

7. Montana — Democratic Sen. Jon Tester running for reelection

Montana — Democratic Sen. Jon Tester running for reelection

8. Wisconsin — Sen. Tammy Baldwin running for reelection

Wisconsin — Sen. Tammy Baldwin running for reelection

9. Michigan - Sen. Debbie Stabenow running for reelection

Michigan - Sen. Debbie Stabenow running for reelection

10. Pennsylvania - Sen. Bob Casey running for reelection

Pennsylvania - Sen. Bob Casey running for reelection

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