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Colors indicate likelihood for a Clinton or Trump victory in each state based on Trump outperforming current polling by 2 percent. See the Princeton Election Consortium site for probability color scheme.

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New Feature: Save and Share 2018 Governor Maps

Create and share your forecast for the 36 gubernatorial races to be contested in 2018

Martha McSally Joins Arizona Senate Race; Three-Way Race for GOP Nomination

The 2nd term Congresswoman joins Joe Arpaio and Kelli Ward in seeking the Republican nomination

California Republican Rep. Darrell Issa to Retire; Narrowly Won Reelection in 2016



New Poll Finds Tight 3-Way Battle in Arizona Republican Senate Race

The entrance of former Sheriff Joe Arpaio has split the vote for the former front-runner Kelli Ward; giving Martha McSally a small lead

NC Congressional Map Ruled Unconstitutional; Lines May be Redrawn for Midterms

The state is expected to appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court






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