According To Gallup, the “Generic Ballot” Question now indicates that the gap Republicans have been facing, once as high as at least 15 points, has recently closed to within 3 points.
Here’s the takeaway line:
If these numbers are sustained through Election Day — a big if — Republicans could be expected to regain control of the U.S. House of Representatives.
This article in the Financial Times says the dems are in panic mode and sense they may be losing both their shot at the White House and their grip on Congress.
Which brings us back home to Georgia. The two competitive congressional races we have, GA 8 and GA 12, are seats held by democrats. It would seem that the competitive advantage they have is that they can argue they are aligned with the majority (if not outright claiming allegiance with the Speaker) and thus can deliver the goods back home.
If Republicans maintain their enthusiasm, and with Barak significantly scaling back his Georgia operation, does this put Marshall and Barrow’s seats legitimately in play?