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Cook Political shifted some of the governor’s races across the nation on Friday. The moves included Iowa.

The Hawkeye State was shifted from “likely Republican” to “solid Republican.” South Carolina also moved to solid Republican.

Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds will seek re-election in 2022. Democrats Ras Smith and Deidre DeJear are running for the party’s nomination.

Eight of the shifts went Republicans’ way. Three went toward the Democrats.

Michigan, Wisconsin and Nevada all went from “lean Democrat” to toss-up.

Georgia went from “leans Republican” to toss-up.

Massachusets shifted from “solid Republican” to “leans Democrat.” New York went from “likely Democrat” to “solid Democrat.”

Maine went from “likely Democrat” to “leans Democrat” while Oregon shifted from “solid Democrat” to “likely Democrat.”

Finally, New Mexico went from “solid Democrat” to “likely Democrat.”

Author: Jacob Hall


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