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Uncontested: 42 House Races with no Major Party Opposition

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Uncontested: 42 House Races with no Major Party Opposition

There are 39 seats held by Democrats and 3 by Republicans that will not have a candidate of the other major party on the ballot this November.

House Simulator Update and New Feature

You can now see which seats flipped to the other party in your most recent simulation.

Five Weeks Out: Consensus Forecasts for Senate, House, Governor

Democrats have plenty of opportunities to gain the 23 seats they need for control. While Democrats also have a path in the Senate, that's a much tougher climb.

New Feature: Table View for Interactive House Maps

You can now look at your saved map as a table, which should make it a lot easier to see how individual districts are categorized

Try the 2018 House Midterm Election Simulator

Who will control the House in 2019? We won't know for sure until November 6th, but you can simulate the election as often as you'd like between now and then






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