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25 Race Ratings Changes Less Than a Week Before Midterms

By Nathan L. Gonzales and Thomas McKinless and D.A. Banks

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After two years of analyzing and prognosticating, it’s finally almost here: Nov. 6, Election Day. Roll Call elections analyst Nathan L. Gonzales takes you through where the House and Senate battlegrounds have landed with a video debrief on the most recent ratings changes, listed in full here: House California’s 50th District from Likely Republican to Leans Republican Florida’s 6th from Likely R to Leans R Florida’s 7th from Likely Democratic to Solid Democratic Florida’s 15th from Likely R to Tilts R Florida’s 26th from Tilts R to Toss-up Georgia’s 6th from Likely R to Leans R Georgia’s 7th from Likely R to Leans R Illinois’ 14th from Leans R to Tilts R Kansas’ 3rd from Tilts D to Leans D Minnesota’s 8th from Toss-up to Leans R North Carolina’s 2nd from Tilts R to Leans R North Carolina’s 9th from Tilts R to Toss-up New Hampshire’s 1st from Tilts D to Leans D New Jersey’s 7th from Tilts R to Toss-up New Jersey’s 11th from Tilts D to Lean D New York’s 11th from Likely R to Leans R New York’s 24th from Likely R to Leans R Ohio’s 1st from Leans R to Tilts R Utah’s 4th from Leans R to Toss-up Washington’s 5th Leans R to Likely R Senate North Dakota from Tilts Republican to Leans Republican Missouri from Toss-up to Tilts R Wisconsin from Leans Democratic to Solid Democratic Pennsylvania from Likely D to Solid D Ohio from Likely D to Solid D

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