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Louis Jacobson/Governing 2016 Electoral Map

Updated on November 7
The map at this URL was originally created for the 2016 election as a Trump vs. Clinton forecast. To create a 2020 map, visit the home page or begin editing below.

Final 2016 projection from Louis Jacobson, who has handicapped the electoral college in 2008, 2012 and 2016, most recently for Governing magazine, where he writes a twice-monthly column on state politics. Jacobson is also a senior correspondent with PolitiFact and senior author of the Almanac of American Politics 2016.

This analysis also ranks states from most likely to go Republican to most likely to go Democratic. Full report.

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Arizona Sen. Jon Kyl to Resign at Year-End; Appointed After Death of John McCain

Gov. Doug Ducey will appoint a replacement, who will serve until a special election in 2020

2020 Senate Interactive Map with Initial Ratings

GOP will be defending 22 seats vs. just 9 in 2018, although most of those are in deep red states.

A List of Prospective 2020 Democratic Presidential Candidates

Former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick and attorney Michael Avenatti have been removed from the list

North Carolina Delays Certification of 9th District Race; AP Retracts Call for GOP

Allegations of absentee ballot irregularities are being investigated; a hearing is scheduled for Dec. 21

Split Senate Delegations to Decline Substantially in 2019

Already at a historically low number, the number of states with a split delegation drops to 10 in 2019




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