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24 House Ratings Change in Favor of Democrats, One Month Out

By Thomas McKinless and Nathan L. Gonzales

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Roll Call elections analyst Nathan L. Gonzales has two dozen House race ratings shifts — and they’re all positive for Democrats. Nearly one month from Election Day, Gonzales discusses how it’s more a question of Democratic prospects being good or great in the House than anything else. See below for a full list of all the ratings shiftsand watch the video for more analysis. California’s 10th District from Tilt Republican to Toss-up California’s 25th from Tilt R to Toss-up California’s 45th from Lean R to Toss-up California’s 48th from Toss-up to Tilt Democrat California’s 49th from Tilt D to Lean D Colorado’s 6th from Toss-up to Tilt D Illinois’s 6th from Toss-up to Tilt D Iowa’s 1st from Tilt D to Lean D Kansas’s 2nd from Tilt R to Toss-up Kansas’s 3rd from Toss-up To Tilt D Maine’s 2nd from Tilt R to Toss-up Michigan’s 8th from Tilt R to Toss-up Minnesota’s 2nd from Toss-up to Tilt D Minnesota’s 3rd from Tilt R to Tilt D North Carolina’s 2nd from Lean R to Tilt R North Carolina’s 13th from Lean R to Tilt R New Jersey’s 3rd District from Toss-up to Tilt D New York’s 19th from Toss-up to Tilt D New York’s 22nd from Toss-up to Tilt D Pennsylvania’s 1st from Tilt R to Toss-up Pennsylvania’s 7th from Tilt D to Lean D Pennsylvania’s 10th from Likely R to Lean R Virginia’s 2nd from Lean R to Tilt R Virginia’s 7th from Tilt R to Toss-up

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