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What left count in house? Can the Democrats hold on to a majority?

Republicans of the House of Representatives in position to reach the 218 places they need flip the chamber after by-elections. As of Saturday night, CBS News estimated Republicans win at least 214 seats, while Democrats are estimated win at least 210 seats.

In several outstanding races, the Republicans are leading. However, some toss-ups were breaking for Democrats and on On Saturday night, CBS News predicted that Democrats flipped Washington State’s 3rd congressional district, the seat that the Republican Party should have taken.

There is currently 11 unnamed races and 10 of these places are consideredbattlegrounds.” Of the remaining in battlefield areas, five were rated as “toss oops, there were two in category “probable democrat”, one was “leaning Democrat” and two were “leaning Republican”.

Democratic strategists who work on The home races in this cycle say it’ll take”miracle”, but the Democrats have possible path to save the majority.

Then they would have to win minimum 8 of the remaining 11 places.

At nine of In unnamed and competitive California races (3rd, 9th, 13th, 22nd, 27th, 41st, 45th, 47th and 49th California races), three were “tend to to the Republicans.”

For Republicans, California might help they get to edge of majority capture – if their candidates hold the lead.

Mitchell said for Any chance for Democrats to get the House through they would have to win in 22nd, 27th, and 41st, all counties with an incumbent Republican in in lead.

“If the Democrats won all three of these races in California then think the odds go up that the Democrats can get the House of Representatives through. But if the Democrats lose one of these three, chances go way down they lose two of these three, the door slams shut”, Mitchell said.

Sarah Chamberlain, President of Main Street Republican Partnership group which is working with more moderate Republicans in the House of Representatives, said she was confident Republicans David Valadao and Ken Calvert would keep their seats.

Republicans also lead in one another dense race: Colorado’s 3rd District, home of Republican Party Representative Lauren Bobert. in in lead about 1100 votes with 99 percent of results in.

Incumbent Democrats were expected win three locations in Nevada. Maine’s 2nd District and Alaska Extended District, two seats with occupied the choice of voting, leaning towards the Democrat.

“From the math we’ve done I think it’s a foregone conclusion [that Republicans take the House]Chamberlain said. But it will be very close. This will just pair of places. And it shouldn’t be, I mean it should were a landslide, frankly.”

In the Chamberlain primaries group supported Republican candidates like Representatives Peter Meyer of Michigan and Jamie Herrera-Beutler, House Republicans who were targeted former President Donald Trump. Chamberlain argued that moderate, mainstream candidates were nominating her group would be chosen more competitive in in general elections, compared to more right-wing candidates who beat them up and were on bulletin.

She said that the quality of the issue’s candidate is also the gap between Trump and the rest. of the Republican establishment was reason control of house remains so tight.

“I don’t think Trump is leaving,” Chamberlain said. “We just need to do better decisions with Trump. i think some of Trump candidates suffered us on Tuesday. And that’s why we need to work together like party as well as move forward.”

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