House races

Inside Elections: What You Need to Know About the House 2018 Landscape
 

The 2018 midterms are coming, and while the initial Senate map might not look great for Democrats, the House is a different story, says Roll Call’s Elections Analyst Nathan L. Gonzales. Find out what his initial race ratings are for 2018 House races and what history could tell us about potential outcomes for the balance of the chamber.

Former DCCC Exec Says “Signs” Were There for Trump

Election 2016 Video Blog: A Good Night For Republicans

Election 2016 Video Blog: More on Democrats’ Net House Gains

4 Days to Go: Wisconsin Senate Rating Shifts Less Democratic
 

Candidate Spotlight: Lisa Blunt Rochester Poised for Victory in Delaware
 

Delaware is one of three U.S. states that has never sent a woman to Congress. This November, the First State’s Democratic candidate for its at-large House seat, Lisa Blunt Rochester, may finally change that, and also become the first African-American ever in its congressional delegation.

3 Weeks To Go: Two States Move to Tossup in Senate Races