Election expert: Senate majority ‘very much up for grabs’

A top political handicapper says control of the Senate is "very much up for grabs" in November’s election.

“At this point, I'd very much rather be the Democrats right now than the Republicans," Kyle Kondik, managing editor of Sabato's Crystal Ball, told The Hill.


Republicans took a majority in the chamber in 2014. But they have to defend 24 seats this year, including several in states that President Obama carried. Democrats need to flip five seats — or four if they maintain control of the White House — to win the Senate.

Watch the video above to hear Kondik review the races.