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House of Representatives A Democratic Majority. Our 2018 House Predictions show the Democrats have a 61.7% chance of winning the House.. PoliticalEdu's 2018 midterm predictions present three models for the House of Representatives, each assuming different levels of gerrymandering.
Nor does anyone fathom the effect of the booming economy on the midterm election, especially an economy whose potential for rapid growth has not been seen in a generation.
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The Senate Map. PoliticalEdu's 2018 Senate election predictions have only one seat changing hands: Dean Heller's in Nevada. One other, Arizona, is a tossup as incumbent senator Jeff Flake opted not to run for reelection.
Elections to the United States Senate on November 4, 2014, were a part of the elections held in the United States (and in some areas for a period of time ending November 4, 2014). Thirty-three Class 2 seats in the 100-member United States Senate were up for election, in addition to three Class 3 seats due to expire on January 3, 2017. The candidates winning the regular elections would serve ...
The swing compares the district’s Democratic lean in the previous two presidential elections vs. the special election result. The Democratic lean compares the district’s voting patterns to the ...
Amid all the early predictions about America’s midterm elections, there is one to take to the voting booth: the state-by-state turnout of voters could increase because of opposition to President ...
US Senate Elections 2018 Predictions and Results Democratic defense in many seats could prevent them from retaking the Senate.
Executive action and the 2014 midterm election. On the domestic front, Obama continued to use the power of executive action to address issues that remained bogged down in Congress. In February 2014 Obama, unable to persuade Congress to raise the federal minimum wage, signed an executive order raising the hourly minimum wage of federal contract workers to $10.10.