Chaz Nuttycombe, director of CNalysis, a nonpartisan website that predicts state and national races, is predicting close races this year in the Virginia General Assembly. Nuttycombe has a good reputation for predicting these races although from my observations he ’tilts’ democrat.
Nuttycombe has done some work on Virginia House of Delegate and State Senate seats. According to his analysis, Democrats are slightly favored to win both houses. But, “At the end of the day, both chambers are going to come down to tossup districts,” he said.
There are 100 members in the House of Delegates and 40 in the Senate.
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Nuttycombe sees the Virginia House looking like this:
Click on this link for the interactive map.
Nuttycombe’s map of the Virginia Senate with link here:
As you can see, Loudoun county plays a prominent role in close races in both the House and Senate. I urge our Loudoun county readers to get out and vote early. That way your vote is guaranteed and we can save the party some money by getting our names off the list of voters they need to target with literature. Fewer campaign mailers, is a win-win, for the party and the voters.