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October 13, 2006 04:30 PM UTC

Washington Post: Dems could pickup 12 to 30 seats

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  • by: Another skeptic

Here’s a good report on what is happening in the race for control of the U.S. House. Some 35 seats are in play. Click here for story.

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11 thoughts on “Washington Post: Dems could pickup 12 to 30 seats

  1. But 35 in the top several tiers.

    Cook (I think) has had to expand his tracked list to 50, and 42 are Republican-controlled seats.  Last month 40 were R-controlled.  I think when all is said and done the switch will be in the low to mid twenties – more than enough to flip control to the Democrats.

      1. Republicans (my mantra is always “the trend is your friend). The technicals on this are terrible. That being said – there is no way I would put money on any of these numbers. I think the data points are no where nearly sufficient to depend on technical analysis of this market.

  2. On the Lehr Report, they said current indications are that the Dems will take both the House and Senate.

    Brooks noted that conservatives want the GOP to lose, because it’s lost it’s way. Amen.

    1. I don’t think anything will stop the Dems from taking the US House. The only remaining questions is by how many seats? I am tracking 41 seats outside of Colorado on a daily basis that could be Dem pick-ups.

      The Senate is still too close to call. There are too many seats that are hinging at a stratistical tie in the polls. A 50-50 split is a real possibility this year.

  3. Oh, the Washington Post, gotta love those guys.  With all of their overpaid staffers they managed to write a story about the Dems picking up 12-30 seats, um yeah an ordinary guy on the street could have told you that. I just got word about tomorrows Washington Post headline…..

    Washington Post: The sun may or may not come out tomorrow, full update tomorrow afternoon

  4. The Dems will P/U RI, PA, OH, MT, and TN.  VA and NJ will probably stay where they now are, but it is possible that those two will both flip flop.  (I wouldn’t mind giving up Bob Menendez in exchange for getting rid of George Allen.)  It will end up being decided by Missouri. 

    1. I think NJ will stay where it is; VA is a bit more wobbly than NJ in my opinion.  MO is neck-and-neck, and will be where the Senate is decided – except that in CT Lieberman is sounding more and more Republican by the day.  The Dems might fail to gain control of the Senate because of that one ego.

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