Senate Seats in FL, AZ, and IN

As November 6th gets closer and closer, Quibbl writers are asking who will win the most debated Senate seats. Will Senator Bill Nelson successfully defend his Florida seat for the third time? Who will take Rick Scott’s position as Florida governor while he runs for Senate? Predict correctly and move up Quibbl’s #Elections Leaderboard. 

By Toria Fidler

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In Florida, two-term and current governor Rick Scott is running against Senator Bill Nelson for a Senate seat. As one of the more conservative Democrats, Nelson was first elected to the Senate in 2000 and has faced down two bids for his seat and is, at the moment, leading in the polls. Who will win the Senate seat, Bill Nelson (D) or Rick Scott (R)?

Governor Rick Scott has left his position wide open… who will win Florida’s gubernatorial election? The gubernatorial race in Florida has been a topic of discussion for months. Trump-endorsed Republican Rep. Ron DeSantis has been hit with many accusations of racism including rationalizing slavery. The current mayor of Tallahassee, Andrew Gillum, has also faced some hard blows regarding his tax plan – not to mention he has his hands full with Hurricane Michael barreling toward the panhandle. Who will win the Governor’s race?

Meanwhile, in Arizona…


Three-term Phoenix-area Representative Martha McSally is running against two-term Tucson-area Rep. Kyrsten Sinema for the open Senate seat in Arizona after Senator Jeff Flake announced he would not be running for re-election. Sinema has held a constant but narrow lead on McSally since September. Who will win the tight race for the Senate seat in Arizona?

And finally, up in the Hoosier state…

Indiana businessman and former Representative Mike Braun is fighting incumbent Democratic Senator Joe Donnelly for Indiana’s Senate seat. Donnelly is another Democrat whose solid lead over the summer has slid into a tight race. Donnelly holds the lead for now, but who will win Indiana’s Senate seat come November 6th?

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