In races that have been called, so far Republicans have done better than I predicted in 2 races and worse in 5 race, while Democrats have gained three seats that weren’t even on my radar. If the rest of my predictions hold, that adds up to a 231-204 House (a net 28-seat gain). If Democrats sweep the rest of the districts I’ve been following, their majority will get as wide as 236-199 (a net 33-seat gain); if Republicans sweep them, the Democrats’ majority will stay as narrow as 227-208 (a net 24-seat gain).
The results of some of these races aren’t going to be known for a while, possibly for days, so I don’t recommend waiting up; I certainly won’t be. Here’s my final tally before bed.
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