Democrats are trying to flip the Senate in 2020. These are the seats considered up for grabs on Election Day.

WASHINGTON - Less than a month before election day, this year's Senate races could have as much impact on the country's direction as the President's race between President Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Joe Biden.
There are 35 seats in the Senate, of which 23 are Republicans and 12 are Democrats. Democrats would need three or four seats net to win a majority in the Senate, which is currently held by Republicans with 53 Senators. Democrats have 45 senators and there are two independent senators who meet with Democrats.
There are eight Republican-held seats, classified as either Democratic or high-profile by the impartial Cook Political Report. In contrast, only one Democratic seat is listed as leaning Republican and none as haughty.
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If Biden and Senator Kamala Harris win the White House, the Democrats would only have to switch three seats held by Republicans as the Vice President can act as a breaker for the Senate votes if necessary. If Trump and Vice President Mike Pence win re-election, Democrats would have to move four seats to take control of the upper chamber of Congress.
These are some of the key races to see in the 2020 Senate election:
Alabama
Democrat Doug Jones is in a race against Tommy Tuberville that Republicans reject. Tuberville is a retired Auburn University football coach who defeated former Attorney General Jeff Sessions in the Republican runoff earlier this year.
Republican candidate Tommy Tuberville will run against incumbent Democratic Senator Doug Jones in November.
Jones' 2017 special election victory over Republican Roy Moore, accused by several women of making sexual advances against them as teenagers, was close.
In this race, Jones faces tough opportunities in a state dominated by Trump in 2016. Trump supported Tuberville in enthusiastic tweets, and an Auburn University-Montgomery poll in early October had boosted Tuberville by 54% to 42%.
Arizona
Grand Canyon State is within reach for Democrats. A Senate seat is available in a special election to fill the remainder of the late Senator John McCain's tenure. Former astronaut Mark Kelly, a gun control activist whose wife, former MP Gabby Giffords, survived an assassination attempt in 2011, will take on incumbent Senator Martha McSally, a former military pilot who has been closely associated with Trump.
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Martha McSally and Mark Kelly.
Kelly is up about eight points on the average survey data compiled by RealClearPolitics. The Cook Political Report classifies the seat in Arizona as democratic.
Arizona has long been considered a red state, but has shifted to battlefield status in recent years in the 2020 presidential election. If Kelly wins, both Arizona senators will be Democrats for the first time since the 1950s.
Colorado
Colorado Republican incumbent Sen. Cory Gardner faces former state governor John Hickenlooper, who also ran for the Democratic presidency nomination earlier that year.
Senator Cory Gardner faces a challenge from former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper in the November election for one of the seats in the Colorado Senate.
Although Hickenlooper led to polls against Gardner, his campaign had to deal with an ethics scandal involving a Colorado panel that found he, as governor, had broken rules twice to avoid giving officials valuable gifts.
The Colorado Senate race is considered Democratic.
Georgia
There are two Senate seats to choose from, both of which are currently held by Republicans. The race between incumbent Senator David Perdue and Democrat Jon Ossoff will be counted as a mistake. This race has the potential for a runoff election if none of the candidates get 50% of the vote in November.
The other is a special election with an open primary, which means incumbent Senator Kelly Loeffler in Rep. Doug Collins faces a challenger from her own party as well as the current electoral Democrat Raphael Warnock. A candidate is unlikely to get the required 50% of the vote. Therefore, a runoff election is provided for the two best candidates, even if they come from the same party. This breed is classified as Republican by the Cook Political Report.
If either or both seats get into a runoff, it could leave the Senate's fate unknown for weeks after November 3.
Iowa
Republican Senator Joni Ernst is in a close race with Democrat Theresa Greenfield.
Even though Trump flipped Iowa into the Republican column in 2016, Trump's support has waned, leaving him practically connected to Biden in terms of the state's average poll data. Ernst, who is serving her first term in the Senate, was a close ally of Trump.
Republican Senator Joni Ernst (left) and Democrat Theresa Greenfield.
A recent poll by the Des Moines Register in Iowa found that Greenfield leads Ernst by three percentage points. Both Iowa Senators are Republicans, but Ernst replaced a Democrat, Senator Tom Harkin, who served Iowa in the U.S. Senate for 30 years before retiring in 2014.
The Iowa Senate race is a mistake, according to the Cook Political Report.
Maine
Few races in the Senate have been watched as closely as the race in Maine, where incumbent Republican Senator Susan Collins competes against challenger Sara Gideon, who poses a serious threat to the Senator, who has held her seat since 1997. The race is counted as a mistake.
This pair of 2020 photos shows incumbent Republican Senator Susan Collins (left) and Maine Democrat House spokeswoman (right), candidates for the US Senate in the November 3 election.
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Known as a moderate conservative and sometimes vacillating to support Republican-backed positions, Collins has faced criticism on issues such as the appointment of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court and his acquittal in this year's Senate impeachment trial.
Gideon is using these topics to her advantage in her campaign and has driven the survey.
Michigan
Michigan's seat to be won is held by Democrats but has an option to turn red. Acting Senator Gary Peters faces Republic Army vet John James in a swing state for the presidential election and Democrat leans in for the Senate race.
U.S. Senator Gary Peters, D-Mich., Left, and John James
James ran as a Republican candidate to oust Democratic Senator Debbie Stabenow in the 2018 midterm elections. He stayed behind but received enough recognition to lead his party in the 2020 Senate race.
A recent New York Times / Siena College poll had James within a point of Peters.
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Montana
Democrats expect outgoing Montana Governor Steve Bullock to beat incumbent Republican Senator Steve Daines in a 2016 Trump win by 20 points.
Bullock has brief accolades as governor and a candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination, and Trump's lead in the state has shrunk to about eight points, according to FiveThirtyEight. The election is billed by the Cook Political Report.
Governor Steve Bullock (left) and US Senator Steve Daines (R-Mont.) Prepare their notes before their televised debate begins on Monday, September 28, 2020, at the University of Montana’s KUFM TV studio, in Missoula, Mont. (Ben Allan Smith / The Missoulian via AP)
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Daines' lead over Bullock in the polls varied from a New York Times / Siena poll that Daines was just one point ahead of last month to an Emerson University poll in early October that found Daines nine points against his opponent scored.
North Carolina
Republican Senator Thom Tillis faces a tough re-election bid in Tar Heel state against challenger Cal Cunningham, a former senator and war veteran in Iraq.
Democratic challenger Cal Cunningham (left) and US Senator Thom Tillis (R-N.C.). Greet each other after a televised debate on Thursday October 1, 2020 in Raleigh, NC (AP Photo / Gerry Broome, Pool).
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But Cunningham's campaign has been in turmoil since reports surfaced of an extramarital relationship that sparked attacks from Republicans and Tillis' campaign. However, the scandal does not appear to affect Cunningham's offer. A poll by SurveyUSA from October 8-11, after the scandal surfaced, found that Cunningham was 10 percentage points more than Tillis, and 61% of voters in the poll said the scandal would not affect their voice.
The race is viewed as a riot among the Republican-held seats.
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South carolina
Senator Lindsey Graham, the Republican known for his support for Trump and currently chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, faces a serious contender for Democrat Jaime Harrison, who broke records in fundraising for Senate candidates.
While the two are not close in the results of their fundraiser, they are side by side in voting. A Quinnipiac University in September tied them with 48% of the vote. The race is also rated as a tossup.
Lindsey Graham and Jaime Harrison
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Contributors: Phillip Bailey, Nicholas Wu
This article originally appeared in the US TODAY: The Senate Might Turn Around If Democrats Win Major Races In Iowa, Maine, Carolinas

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