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The MOST IMPORTANT RACE in November of 2020 is the Kentucky senate race.
McConnell has been elected to he Senate 6 times. In 1984, he actually got less than 50% of the vote, but still managed to get a higher percentage than his Democratic opponent. Since then, he's expanded his victory margin, and peaked at 64.7% in 2002.
As Dockadams mentioned above, Mitch is not very popular in Kentucky. However, he still has a razor-thin margin over a generic Democratic opponent.
The "Ditch Mitch" campaign appears to be strong. In addition, the fact that McConnell is linked to Russian mob money (via the new aluminum plant) and his wife's "assistance" to her dad's company as a result of her role as Transportation Secretary might be enough to cause his defeat.
McConnell is the third least popular senator in the entire country:
I seriously doubt that Trump will get re-elected. Even if he does, though, he won't be able to do anywhere near as much damage if McConnell is no longer in office. Even if the Republicans manage to keep the Senate, it's impossible to imagine ANY Republican who would be worse than McConnell.