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  • Saturday, 20 January 2018

    Some basic facts: There are 435 House Districts: 239 Republicans, 193 Democrats, 3 vacancies. Dems need to gain 25 to get toe 218. To date: 31 of the 239 Republicans already announced they will not be seeking re-election. 15 Democrats are not running for re-election. More to follow. (Mullens Report)

  • Monday, 15 January 2018

    A record number of Republican House departures. 8 of 21 Standing Committees Chairs will not be returning, including Rep. Darrell Issa (CA,R), Chair of the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. Of the 68 Republicans first sent to Congress in the “Contract with America” in 1994, only 8 remain. (Roll Call)

  • Wednesday, 10 January 2018

    Rep Darrell Issa (R, CA) - The 9-term Republican opens a competitive house seat in 2018. While the registration favors a Republican, Hillary Clinton won the district by 8 points in 2016.

  • Tuesday, 09 January 2018

    AZ Sen. Open Seat - Contested Republican Primary: Sheriff Joe Arpaio, St. Sen. Kelli Ward and probably Rep. Martha McSally. All are pro-Trump candidates. 

  • Tuesday, 02 January 2018

    Sen. Orrin Hatch (R,UT)  Sen. Orrin Hatch (R,UT) , the longest-serving Republican Senator, is retiring. This may give Mitt Romney a chance to run for the seat.
    Rep Bill Shuster (R, PA) is retiring. Both seats are safe Republican seats

    Michele Bachmann  –  former MN Republican Rep and presidential candidate is considering running for Al Franken’s senatorial seat.

  • Tuesday, 05 December 2017

    2018 Senate Democratic worry states (from Roll Call)
    MO – Sen Claire McCaskill – Trump carried state by 20 points.
    IN – Sen. Joe Donnelly – Trump carried state by 19 points.
    ND – Sen. Heidi Heitkamp – Trump carried state by 36 points.
    WV – Sen. Joe Manchin – Trump carried state by 42 points. (Roll Call)

  • Friday, 10 November 2017

    VA Election - The Democrats might gain control of the State House of Delegates (there are 4 pending races).  The Dems picked up 15 seats, 12 held by Republicans seeking re-election.  (Washington Post).

  • Wednesday, 08 November 2017

    2017 Elections Winners - VA: – Democrat Ralph Northam defeated Republican Ed Gillespie. NJ: Democratic Phil Murphy over Republican Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno. In the 2017 and 2018 Gubernatorial elections: 28 of the 38 Governors up for election have power to veto new congressional maps. (Roll Call).

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