The Cook Report Issues Final Forecast: GOP Gains 50 to 60 Seats in the House

In its final forecast for the election cycle, The Cook Political Report expects a gain for Republicans of 50 to 60 seats in the House, with six to eight seats in the Senate. Below are the final outlooks and latest ratings changes. Full Story »

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by Jon Mitchell - Nov. 2, 2010

A conservative prediction with some wiggle room. The editors explain their position and last-minute adjustments, and they state their changes in ratings for House elections, but they refrain from making a commitment on many of them. This article straddles the line between appropriately conservative and uninformative.

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