WISCONSIN — The 2018 presidential elections in Missouri and Georgia are shaping up to be an epic struggle between two states that voted overwhelmingly for President Donald Trump and Democrats who are hoping to flip them.
In Missouri, the contest is between Democrat Jason Kander and Republican Matt Blunt, who are expected to win their home state.
In Georgia, Democrat Jon Ossoff is running against Republican Karen Handel.
In both states, Trump has been widely credited with the upset.
In 2018, Republicans held the majority of the seats in both chambers of Congress.
The president won all of the popular vote in both states.
Both states, however, are heavily reliant on a Democratic base that supported Trump.
The Democratic Party in Georgia is losing ground in recent years, while the GOP in Missouri has seen a major resurgence in recent months, thanks to the midterm elections and an economic downturn.
In 2018, Democratic Rep. Justin Amash won the Georgia House seat that previously belonged to former GOP Rep. Tom Price.
In Missouri, Republican Rep. Todd Young won the Democratic seat that had previously belonged and later vacated by Republican Rep, Greg Gianforte.
In each of the states, Democrats have spent considerable resources on television ads and mailers to try to win over voters and try to gain an advantage in the upcoming election.
The 2018 election will be the first presidential contest since the 2020 election.
That year, Trump won by a wide margin over Democrat Joe Biden in the state of Virginia.
Trump’s landslide win in that state helped boost Democratic Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes to a comfortable victory over Republican Rep Joe Donnelly.
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In 2016, Democrats lost both houses of Congress, and Democrats in Georgia lost the governor’s race.
In 2020, Democrats will have a majority in both houses, and Republicans have a slim one.
In the state where Democrats are losing the most seats, Georgia has a population of about 23 million, and they have a huge opportunity to pick up a Senate seat and possibly a governor’s seat.
Democrats will also have a chance to take control of both chambers in the next election cycle.
In Georgia, Democrats picked up the seat of retiring Democratic Gov.
Sonny Perdue, and in 2018, Democrats held the seat that was vacated by the former GOP governor, Nathan Deal.
Georgia has been a battleground state in congressional races for decades.
Democrats had a big chance to flip seats in the 2018 midterms.
However, in 2018 and 2020, Republicans in the Georgia legislature have taken a backseat to Democrats in terms of legislative action, according to political analyst David Wasserman.
In 2019, Republican House Speaker Nancy Pelosi took over the House speaker’s gavel after the death of Rep. John Conyers, who died in 2018.
Democrats held on to the House majority.
In 2019, Republicans won back control of the Senate.
Democrats also control the governor of Georgia.
In 2020, Georgia became the sixth state to hold a runoff election between Democratic and Republican gubernatorial candidates.
The 2018 race was a rematch of the 2020 gubernatorial election.
Republicans took control of state government in Georgia and it is the first time since the 1970s that the state has been redrawn since the Civil War.
The state has not been redrew since.
Georgia was a swing state in the 2016 presidential election.
The GOP has gained a few seats in 2018 with Trump winning in states such as Georgia and Florida.
The state is a key swing state because of its electoral map, which favors Democrats.
It has a lot of coalitions in the legislature, and it also has a large Hispanic population.
Republicans also have strong support among African Americans.