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View Diary: Daily Kos Elections Morning Digest: Former Gov. Angus King will run for Senate in Maine (266 comments)

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  •  Overall the map is MUCH swingier than before (0+ / 0-)

    And I think it's hard to say one side or the other was really   given a clear advantage over the existing map. This map looks like a 17-1-9 (17 strong Dem, 1 strong R (the 27th), and 9 very swingy districts).

    Of the swingy districts four lean Republican (the 23 , the 22, and the 11th, and the 2nd) three lean Democratic (the 3rd, the 18th and the 19th) and two are pure tossups (the 21st and the 1st but should be ours for now due to the effects of incumbency).

    With the effects of incumbency the map should start as a either a 22-5, a 21-6, or a 20-7 depending on whether Hayworth and Gibson can survive their new, tilt-Dem districts (the 19th).

    26, originally OK-1, currently NY-8. Former swingnut.

    by okiedem on Tue Mar 06, 2012 at 08:23:49 AM PST

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