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  • 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)> – <desc

  • 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.

  • Thursday, 26 July 2018

    Elections to watch - AZ – Open Senate Seat (Sen. Jeff Flake- R, AZ) – Rep. Primary -Rep. Martha McSally (R) facing former St. Sen. Kelli Ward (R). McSally didn’t back Trump in 2016. And Ward is an immigration hard-liner and fervent Trump supporter. Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is also running. The winner will face Rep. Krysten Sinema (D, AZ).

  • Friday, 01 June 2018

    Election to watch – District 25, CA – Rep. Steve Knight (R) is the most vulnerable Republican in California. Shifting demographics and political affiliations. Dems outnumber registered Repubs by 14,000 voters. One is four are not registered with any party. June 5th Primary: Dems Katie Hall, Atty Bryan Caforio, or Jess Phoenix will face Knight. (Roll Call)

  • Thursday, 26 April 2018

    California races to watch: - June 5th Primary. The top 2 vote getters appear on the November Ballot, no matter what party. 3 of the top 7 self-funded Houses races are in Orange County.
    39th CD (vacant seat of Rep. Ed Royce, R) - Millionaires Andy Thorburn (D), Gil Cisneros (D), each adding over $2 million into the race. Six Democrats are running.
    49th CD (vacant seat of Darrell Issa, R) - Sara Jacobs (D, Qualcomm heiress), adds over a million into the race, Paul Kerr (D), also contributing significantly to his campaign, in a crowded Democratic field. (ABC News)

  • Thursday, 12 April 2018

    WI, CD 1 - <WI, CD 1 – Rep. Paul Ryan’s seat: Republicans interested include: St. Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, Bryan Steil, St. Sen. David Craig, St. Rep. Tyler August.  The Dems are well-funded with Ironworker Randy Bryce having raised 4.75 million. Also running, Dem. School Board member Cathy Myers.  Trump carried this district by 10 points in 2016.

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