Friday, November 2, 2018

Cook Political Report outlook: Democrats gain 30-40 seats in House, up from 25-35

By Washington Examiner, Nov. 02, 2018

A political analyst updated his outlook for the House just days before midterm elections, giving the Democrats an even greater edge over Republicans hoping to maintain power.

Dave Wasserman, who is House editor of the nonpartisan Cook Political Report, tweeted Wednesday that their forecast was being updated, predicting that Democrats gain 30-40 seats, up from 25-35 seats.
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1 comment:

  1. With all due respect, your report is dead wrong. Republicans will take control of the Senate and maintain their current margin in the house. Why you ask, be cause moderate democrats don't want to go back to a stale economy and a world where our enemies don't respect our country. We all have family serving somewhere and the stupidity of the last 8 years need not be our fate for the next 6. Vote for what you want to see in our country, but condoning "illegal" immigration is why our European brother's are dropping like flies.


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