Chris Wallace said that some of the early projected Senate victories on Tuesday showed the "shaping up" of the Democratic field for the 2020 presidential election.

The Fox News Sunday anchor noted prominent Democrats like Kirsten Gillibrand (N.Y.) and Elizabeth Warren (Mass.) who were projected to win reelection and have been mentioned as potential presidential candidates.

"When we look at some of the victories tonight in these Senate races on the Democratic side, you can begin to see this field for president shaping up," Wallace said.


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Bernie Sanders (Vt.) was projected to win a third term by defeating Lawrence Zupan (R), and Warren was projected to defeat Republican Geoff Diehl to win her second term.

Gillibrand was projected to win a second term over Republican Chele Farley, and Amy Klobuchar (Minn.) was projected to defeat Jim Newberger.

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