Analysts from the University of Virginia Center for Politics, who predict the probable outcomes of U.S. House of Representatives races, released three new predictions on Wednesday, moving all of them in favor of Republican candidates.
The University of Virginia Center for Politics shifted their House predictions in favor of the Republicans in three congressional districts. The districts the Center for Politics reassessed were:
Alaska’s Special Election to fill the state’s at-large congressional seat, vacant by the passing of Rep. Don Young (R), went from “Likely Republican” to “Safe Republican.” Rep. Michelle Steel (R) in California’s 45th Congressional District went from “Toss-up” to “Leans Republican.” Rep. Jennifer Wexton (D) in Virginia’s 10th Congressional District went from “Safe Democrat” to “Likely Democrat.”
The biggest surprise from the latest rating changes might be Wexton’s congressional district.
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