House Ratings Summary Updated: Sep 30, 2019

Solid Seats

D - 182
R - 160

Likely/Lean Seats

D - 36
R - 34
The current House breakdown is 235 Democrats, 198 Republicans, one Independent and one vacancy. Republicans need a net gain of 19 seats to retake the majority in 2020. There are 31 Democrats sitting in districts carried by President Trump in 2016, and just three Republicans sitting in districts carried by Hillary Clinton. But history is on Democrats' side: in seven of the past eight presidential cycles, the net partisan shift in House seats has been in the single digits, and Democrats have gained seats in five of the past six presidential cycles. At the moment, the most likely outcome is a minimal net change to a Republican gain of ten seats.
Senate Ratings Summary Updated: Nov 14, 2016

Senate Seats

D - 49
I - 0
R - 51
Governor Ratings Summary Updated: Nov 21, 2015

Governors

D - 15
I - 1
R - 34
Electoral Scorecard Updated: Nov 7, 2016

Electoral Scorecard

D - 278
I - 46
R - 214