The 2020 presidential election may well determine the fate of the country, but the races for the House of Representatives and the Senate are already underway.
With a full slate of races already on the ballot, we decided to take a look at how each state’s presidential candidates stand and what they need to do to win in 2020.
House races are not on the 2020 ballot, but they are shaping up to be a huge factor in shaping the outcome.
The 2018 midterm elections brought with them some major changes to the political landscape, including the creation of House Republicans as the majority party in both chambers of Congress and a new Republican majority in the Senate.
The House races for both the House and Senate are shaping-up to be big, but which presidential candidate will emerge victorious?
House races for 2020 are shaping to be the most competitive race in recent memory, with a record number of candidates running for the presidency, and more candidates are expected to enter the race.
The 2016 election saw a surge of House candidates running against Democrats in the 2018 midterm election, but many of them ended up losing their races, with Democrats having a commanding lead in both seats.
The most significant change to the 2016 elections is that Republicans now control both chambers in the House, and Democrats have the majority in both houses.
This year, the House races are going to be more about candidates and their ability to win and not necessarily about who won in 2016.
There are several different ways that the candidates will try to win a race in 2020, but we’re looking at the biggest candidates in each party, and their biggest challenges.
Below are a list of House races that will be on the 2018 ballot.
Each race has a specific date and a time, and you can see the full list of the 2020 House races here:Here’s a look inside some of the top candidates and what the races will look like in 2020:If you have any questions or concerns about this list, you can send them to the House candidates directly here or email them directly at [email protected]