Senate Republican candidates across battleground states either lead or are within or close to the margin of error in the hotly contested fight to control the Senate, according to several AARP polls released Thursday.
Eight Senate races serve as the most critical elections for Republican control of the Senate majority. The Senate Republicans running include:
Martha McSally (AZ) Cory Gardner (CO) David Perdue (GA) Kelly Loeffler (GA) Joni Ernst (IA) Susan Collins (ME) Steve Daines (MT) Thom Tillis (NC)
AARP commissioned polls across 11 battleground states, surveying likely voters, especially those age 50 and older.
The polls found that many of the races for control of the U.S. Senate remain close as Senate Republicans play defense going into the November elections. The polls’ findings include:
Arizona: Democrat Mark Kelly leads McSally by three points, 48 to 45 percent. The poll’s 2.5 percent margin of error makes the race near a