I think that this is probably the best that Democrats can do in November when it comes to the Gubernatorial Elections. New Hampshire, Vermont and Massachusetts would all stay in Republican hands, as the Republican incumbents are very popular in all three states. Similarly in Maryland, but I think that it could flip in a Democratic wave. Maryland is more Democratic-friendly in terms of demographics. But Larry Hogan is popular among voters of both parties in Maryland. As for Oklahoma, Incumbent Mary Fallin, who is unable to run for re-election due to term limits in Oklahoma, is one of the least popular Governors in the country. The most recent poll I found had her at just 25% approval. I think it could flip in a Democratic wave simply because of Fallin's unpopularity. Similarly with Rick Snyder in Michigan. In Wisconsin, however, Scott Walker will be running for a third term, which is allowed under Wisconsin state law. He has seen his popularity sink over the last few years, so it wouldn't surprise anyone if he lost. Illinois is kind of self-explanatory. It's a blue state, and Republican Incumbent Bruce Rauner is one of the most vulnerable incumbents this year. A primary was held in my home state of Georgia this week, and I believe that Stacey Abrams, who would be the first black female Governor in America if elected, has a real chance to win if she appeals to the right voters. And of course, the Democrats must take back the Governor's Mansion in Florida. There would be no blue wave if they lost Florida. I would like to stress that this is not a prediction at all. This is just the best case scenario for Democrats.
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