The Cook Political Report adjusted its ratings for Republicans ahead of Election Day for another battleground race, giving the GOP a big edge in the Wisconsin Senate race.
The political forecast on Friday turned the race between incumbent Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., and Democratic Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes into a “lean Republican.”
“Like most Wisconsin elections, this one will be close, but voters need to remember: Mandela Barnes is a fanatic who wants the same Biden economic policies that drove 40 years of high inflation and record gas prices, and he wants to pay back,” Johnson campaign spokesman Mike Marinella told Fox News Digital.
Barnes did not respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment.
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The new change comes days after a nonpartisan analyst changed his ratings in one of the most critical races that could decide which party controls the Senate.
Pollsters have tipped more House races in favor of Republicans a week before the midterm elections.
In a Grand Canyon state race where Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly is fighting to hold onto his seat against Trump-backed Black Masters, his ratings have gone from “lean Democrat” to a toss-up.
In Pennsylvania, GOP candidate Dr. Mehmet Oz and Lt. Governor John Fetterman are running for the state’s open Senate seat. The race is considered a toss-up by the Cook Report.
After the Nevada Senate race, where Democratic Sen. Catherine Cortez Maston is vying for the seat, is considered a safe seat for the Democratic Party.
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In Peaches, state Sen. Raphael Warnock, D-Ga., and Herschel Walker are in a tight matchup, which has also been dubbed a toss-up.
Fox News’ power rankings also consider the Arizona, Pennsylvania, Nevada and Georgia Senate races to be contested.