Cook Political Report Shifts Nearly A Dozen House Races To Favor Republicans

Analysts at the Cook Political Report have shifted ten House races for the midterms to Republicans.

That is more than Republicans need to retake control of the House of Representatives.

November is looking more like a red wave each week.

Townhall reports:

Cook Political Report Updated Predictions to Look Even Better for GOP

On Thursday, Cook Political Report updated their predictions, and the situation is looking even better for Republicans to win back control of the U.S. House of Representatives come the November midterm elections. Cook Political Report had already forecast that the GOP would win back control late last December.

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Part of the revision included a change of prediction in 12 seats, 10 of which favor Republicans.

When it comes to seats in Republicans’ favor, perhaps most notably is how Rep. Susan Wild’s (D-PA) seat has been moved from Toss Up to Lean Republican. Rep. Dina Titus (D-NV) and Rep. Kurt Schrader’s seat, the Biden-endorsed incumbent who lost his primary, have also been moved from Lean Democratic to Toss Up.

Many other Democrats have also been downgraded in their chances. Reps. Greg Stanton (AZ), Mike Levin (CA), and Jahana Hayes (CT) went from Likely Democratic to Lean Democratic. Rep. Joe Courtney (CT) was also downgraded from Solid Democratic to Likely Democratic.

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Then there were Republicans whose ratings were upgraded, including Reps. Brian Fitzpatrick (PA) and Scott Perry (PA), who went from Likely Republican to Solid Republican. The vacant seat in Minnesota’s 1st District, which was held by Rep. Jim Hagedorn before he died, also went from Likely Republican to Solid Republican.

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