2020 House Elections – Republicans need to gain 18 seats to regain the majority. “The good news for Republicans is that much of the fight for the House will take place in districts that President Donald Trump carried in 2016. There are now 31 Democrats who represent Trump districts, compared to just three Republicans who represent Hillary Clinton districts. The good news for Democrats is that Republicans have gained House seats in just one of the last six presidential elections.” (Nathan Gonzales, Inside Elections)
2019-20 Gubernatorial Ratings: Currently, 27 GOP and 23 Dem Governors. In 2019, there are 18 Governors not up for re-election. For 2019 elections: 5 Republican and 2 Democratic Governors are solid, and 4 Republican and 3 Democratic Governors are competitive. (Nathan Gonzales Inside Elections). Specifics to follow.
2019-20 Gubernatorial Ratings: Toss-up: Edwards (D,LA), MT Open (Bullock, D); Tilt Democrats: Cooper (D,NC); Lean Republican (MS Open (Bryant, R), Bevin (R,KY), Sununu (R, NH); Likely Republican: Scott (R,VT); Solid Democrat: Carney (D,DE), Inslee (D,WA); Solid Republican: Burgum (R,ND), Herbert (R,UT), Holcomb (R,IN), Justice (R,WV), Parson (R,MO).
2020 Senate Ratings - Toss-up: Gardner (R,CO), McSally (R,AZ); Tilt Republican: Collins (R,ME), Tillis (R,NC); Lean Republican: Jones (D,AL); Perdue (R,GA); Likely Democratic: Peters (D-MI): Shaheen (D,NH); Smith (D,MN); Likely Republican: Ernst (R,IA) (Elections with Nathan Gonzales)
Summary - Democrats won a net 40 seats in the new 116th Congress. There will be 235 Democrats and 200 Republicans taking the oath. 100 incoming freshmen - 62 will be Democrats and 38 will be Republicans. Forty-two will be women - 4 are Republicans and 38 are Democrats. (Mullins Report).