The House Race: The House Race, the House Race, and the House Race

The House Race: The House Race, the House Race, and the House Race

Some of the House Races That Remain Undecided and by How Much

In this week’s midterms, the battlegrounds change with each new race, but the battle for the House is set to remain competitive for many more years to come

The following is a look at some of the races where the winner will determine the balance of power in the new Congress. Some of them are likely to be the most dramatic, while others may produce a handful of close results—and others, like the one-on-one contest in Georgia’s 5th District, could get more votes than those in districts that have historically been held by one party or another.

Here’s how the House race is expected to break down:

New York’s 20th District (Dems vs. GOP)

New York’s 18th District (Gosers vs. GOP)

South Carolina’s 6th District (Lamar vs. GOP)

Florida’s 3rd District (Huckabee vs. GOP)

Louisiana’s 4th District (Jefferson) (Dems vs. GOP)

New Mexico’s 2nd District (Garrett) (Dems vs. GOP)

California’s 21st District (Keeley) (Dems vs. GOP)

Florida’s 1st District (Gomez) (Dems vs. GOP)

Virginia’s 2nd District (Schiff vs. GOP)

Minnesota’s 7th District (Cook) (Dems vs. GOP)

North Carolina’s 7th District (McCaul) (Gillibrand) (Dems vs. GOP)

Georgia’s 5th District (Chapman) (Dems vs. GOP)

Michigan’s 10th District (Schmidt) (Dems vs. GOP)

California’s 7th District (Gibson) (Dems vs. GOP)

California’s 11th District (Yost) (Dems vs. GOP)

Florida’s 12

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