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Mar 10 2022
Thirty-six states will hold elections for governor in 2022. Of those, Ballotpedia has identified 13 as general election battlegrounds: Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Wisconsin.
These battleground races were selected using the following criteria:
the results of the 2020 presidentialBallotpedia
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Aug 09 2022
Four states - Wisconsin, Minnesota, Vermont, and Connecticut - will hold primaries Tuesday to decide candidates in key Senate and gubernatorial races in November.
In Wisconsin, former President Donald Trump is backing construction company owner Tim Michels, while former Vice President Mike Pence is supporting former Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch in the Republican primary for governor. InPolitico Washington Times NewsNation
Jun 03 2022
U.S. Rep. Charlie Crist (D-13) leads all Florida Democrats in the 2022 gubernatorial primary in a recently released St. Pete Polls survey. In the poll, Crist came away with 55 percent of respondents, while likely candidate and Florida Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried only drew 22 percent.
Only 11 percent of voters are supporting other candidates and 12 percent are undecided.The Florida Capital Star
Nov 13 2022
Some states are still counting votes and control of Congress isn't fully settled, but many competitive Senate, House, and governor races have already been called.
Senate Race Projections: Democract incumbent Sens. Mark Kelly (AZ) and Catherine Cortez Masto (NV) are projected to beat their Republican challengers, keeping the Senate in Democratic hands. Lt. Gov. John Fetterman (D) beatNewsweek Associated Press Fox News (Online News)
Nov 10 2022
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Congress will look a lot different when the final results from the 2022 midterm elections are tallied, but the expected "red wave" of Republican success amid frustration with inflation and President Joe BidenAllSides Staff
Feb 04 2022
In 2018, Democrats sliced deeply into Republicans’ commanding hold on U.S. governorships.
They flipped seven states, including Michigan and Wisconsin, foreshadowing changes in a Midwest region that helped send Joe Biden to the White House two years later, after Donald Trump had built his winning coalition there in 2016.
As those same states prepare to hold elections for governorNBC News (Online)
Jun 05 2022
A new Morning Consult poll released today finds that Wisconsin Democratic governor Tony Evers is the only governor up for reelection in 2022 with a negative approval rating:National Review
Jun 03 2022
The governor’s mansion has recently been a strong point for Republicans, as they’ve held a majority of the country’s governorships since the 2010 election. In fact, they currently control 28 governorships to the Democrats’ 22, and with 36 governorships up this year, they could widen that advantage, especially considering that President Biden’s approval rating is in the low 40s and the nationalFiveThirtyEight
Nov 08 2022
The race for control of Congress, as well as governorships and key statewide positions, has defined the 2022 midterms.
In Washington, Republicans have had their eyes on breaking the Democratic trifecta by winning one or both chambers of Congress. In battleground states, Democrats are looking to defend vulnerable governors and win crucial down-ballot contests that could prove pivotal inCNN (Online News)