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« on: October 31, 2009, 12:00:45 pm »

What are your honest opinions (not wishes) of the makeup of the Senate, House, and the Governors Mansions come Monday, January 3, 2011?

Remember, the Senate is currently 58-40-2, Democratic majority

The House is 256-177, Democratic majority (though could be 257-177 depending on the outcome to NY-23 on Tuesday)

The Governors Mansions currently are 28-22 Democratic Majority (someone please verify), but should be 27-23 come Wednesday, November 4, 2009.

Also, if you would list the states/districts that flip.

My earlier comment notwithstanding, I do think that the site would be better off if Inks left his position. (The fact that the village idiot has dropped in to express his support for him only confirms this.)
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« Reply #1 on: October 31, 2009, 01:21:19 pm »

For Governor- Republicans pick up VA(2009),and in 2010 pick up KS(Brownback),OK(Fallin),TN(Wamp),and WY(GOP nominee). ME,MI,PA and CO and IA are competitive but Democrats can keep those states. Democrats will pick up AZ(Goddard),CA,(Brown)FL(Sink-50-50) HI(Abercrombie),MN,and VT. RI will go IND-Chaffee.
For US Senate- Democrats pick up MO and OH and NH if Ayotte loses in a GOP primary. Democrats will hold on to DE and IL. AR,CO,CT,and NV are likely to remain in the Democratic collumn.
For US House- NY-23 is a Democratic pickup- Democrats will keep that seat in November 2010. Democrats will also pickup LA-2,DE-AL,IL-10,and PA-6.
The House seats Dems will lose are ID-1,AL-5,LA-3 etc.
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