200 Days from the Midterms, Updating the Battle for Control of Congress

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Final Forecast: November 7th
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200 Days from the Midterms, Updating the Battle for Control of Congress

Both houses of Congress are in play, although flipping the Senate looks more difficult at this point due to the mix of seats that are contested this year

Rep. Charlie Dent to Resign; PA Republican had Previously Decided Against a 2018 Run

Gov. Tom Wolf will announce the date for a special election within 10 days

Conor Lamb is Sworn In; Democrat Won Pennsylvania Special Election in March

Lamb's 18th district will largely morph into the heavily Republican 14th, he is running for re-election in the 17th district

Speaker Paul Ryan to Retire as Likelihood of Democratic Takeover in 2019 Grows

Ryan's Southeastern Wisconsin district is now considered a toss-up; Florida Republican Dennis Ross also announces retirement

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