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  • Monday, 19 November 2018_2

    Governorships - 2018 – 33 Republican Governors, 16 Dems, 1 Independent. After the election – 27 GOP Governors and 23 Dems. (Mullings Report)

    Orange County - California, formerly red. Now Dems control all the U.S. House seats.

  • Monday, 19 November 2018

    Summary 
    Senate
    – GOP 53 Seats/Dems 46, a net gain of 2 seats. Dems flipped 2 GOP seats – Arizona and Nevada. GOP took Indiana, North Dakota, Missouri, Florida from Dem. Senators. Mississippi run off on Nov. 27th between GOP Incumbent Cindy Hyde-Smith and Dem. Rep Mike Espy.
    House – Dems have 232 seats– with several still undecided, a net gain of 39.

  • Friday, 09 November 2018

    Election Results - Governor Races. Dems have gained 7 State Governor seats. They include: Nevada, New Mexico, Kansas, Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan and Maine

  • Wednesday, 07 November 2018

    Election results: -

    The Senate will have 52 Republican and 45 Democratic Senators (a 3 person loss for the Dems).  
    The House will have 220 Democratic and 196 Republican House Members (a 27 person loss for the Repubs).

  • Monday, 17 September 2018

    2018 House Ratings - According to Inside Elections with Nathan Gonzales, there are 14 Republican and 2 Democratic “toss-up” districts:
    CA 39 (Open, Royce, R); CA 48 (Rohrabacher, R); CO 6 (Coffman, R); IA 3 (Young, R); IL 6(Roskam, R); KS 3 (Yoder, R); KY 6(Barr, R); MI 11(Open, Trott, R); MN 1(Open, Walz, DFL); MN 2 (Lewis, R); MN 8 (Open, Nolan, DFL); NJ 3(MacArthur, R); NY 19(Faso, R); NY 22(Tenney, R); TX 32(Sessions, R); WA 8(Open, Reichert, R)

  • Sunday, 16 September 2018

    According to 6 national polls in September, President Trump’s disapproval rating is over 50%.
    His approval rating is considerably lower:
    Rasmussen – 45%; Economist/YouGov – 44%; CNN – 36%; Quinnipiac – 38%; NPRMarist – 38%; Gallup – 40%.
    According to CNN: "Among independents, the drop has been sharper, from 47% approval last month to 31% now. (Mullings Report).

  • Thursday, 30 August 2018

    Florida Gubernatorial Election - Surprise victory, brutal general election. Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum (FL,D), African-American, supported by Senator Bernie Sanders, won a surprise Democratic Primary victory. He will face Rep. Ron DeSantis (Fl, R), supported by President Donald Trump.

     

  • Tuesday, 21 August 2018

    8/18/2018 - 2018 House Ratings from Nathan Gonzales, Inside Elections – The following are seats that are a Toss-Up (12R, 2D): CA 39 (Open; Royce, R); CA 48 (Rohrabacher, R); CO 6 (Coffman,R); IA1 (Blum, R); MI 11 (Open, Trott, R); MN 1 (Open, Walz, DFL); MN 2(Lewis, R); MN 8 (Open, Nolan, DFL); NY 19 (Faso, R); NY 22 (Tenney, R); TX 32 (Sessions, R).
    In total, Gonzales thinks Republicans are defending 76 seats to Democrats defending 10 seats.

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