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