THE DON JONES INDEX…

 

GAINS POSTED in GREEN

  LOSSES POSTED in RED

 

            6/4/18…  15,820.57

          5/28/18…  15,784.99

          6/27/13…  15,000.00

      

(THE DOW JONES INDEX:  6/4/18… 24,635.21; 5/28/18… 24,753.09; 6/27/13… 15,000.00)

 

LESSON for June 4, 2018 – MIDTERM in MOSCOW!

 

The timing of the final proposal for the Defense Department’s massive cloud program is slipping from a self-imposed deadline of the end of May,” according to Thursday’s article by Lauren C. Williams in the FCW (Federal Computer Week) newsletter.

Reporting on a briefing by DOD's chief spokesperson Dana White, the department was still working on the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure program’s final request for proposal and that there was "no timeline" on its release.

"We are working on it, but it's important that we don’t rush towards failure," White said. "We have a lot more players in it. This is something different from some of our other acquisition programs because we do have a great deal of commercial interest."

The commercial players include Silly Valley perennials such as Oracle, Microsoft and creaky old IBM as well as a few interlopers, such as Rean Cloud and CSRA, seeking to flex their muscles (and cash) and capture at least a part of the eight to ten billion dollar cloud computing project.

But the Achilles standing astride the warmakers with its money, its experience and glamour is Amazon – which has grown from a simple bookseller to a conglomerate seeking exclusive control of America’s defense capabilities, including pre-emptive and retaliatory nuclear strikes (which observers will be observing with a critical eye as the on-again, off-again NoKo summit in Singapore seems on-again for a week from tomorrow.

And, like Achilles, Amazon has a vulnerable heel. 

That heel is President Donald Trump, who has fought running battles with the company and its CEO, Jeff Bezos, since before the 2016 election.  (Trump would also call Bezos a heel… he’s tweeted far worse regarding the now-richest man in the world over his acquisition of the virally, viciously anti-Trump Washington Post.

White said the first- and second-draft RFPs generated more than 1,000 responses, and DOD needs time to sift through them.

"I don't have a timeline on it, but we are moving, and we also want to take in all of the different stakeholders and consider how we move best forward," she said.

When asked if DOD would be able to make a September deadline for final source selection, White said, "We're moving forward as quickly as we can to get this right."

White also told FCE that that there’s been no political pressure from the White House to influence the JEDI contract, “and it remains a full and open competition.”

The President and the military, the corporate world and millions upon millions of Don Joneses… here and abroad… will, consequently, be looking towards November and the potential of a changing of the guard in Congress.  If crucial military contracts remain gridlocked, there could be a massive re-alignment of the terms and conditions governing JEDI and other DOD enterprises.  Even former President Clinton has weighed in = making the rounds of the Sunday talkshows with author James Patterson (with whom he co-wrote a new novel “The President is Missing” Slick Willie warned that America is poised to be slicked itself by cyberterrorists from unfriendly foreign (or, even, domestic) sources, with potentially catastrophic results.

Cybernetic and military preparedness rank low, low, low on the scale of November campaign issues.  Left-wing partisans cry that Republicans, having already enriched the one percenters, will continue to do while distracting angry white workers with crime and immigrants and God…in sort, that they have nothing to offer America but hate.  Right-wing respondents respond that Democrats have nothing to offer America, period.

The liberal media has been cautiously to bumptiously optimistic about regaining the House and/or Senate in November.  (This would also ease, if not grease, the path towards impeachment of a troublesome President who, over the weekend, essentially declared himself the law of the land, on a level with dictators like Venezuela’s Maduro, Mad Vlad Putin and, of course, Little Rocket Man).

So what do the interregnumatory authorities on this, that and the other… the local and national polls… have to say about November?

The President’s lawyer, good ol’ Rudy Giuliani, opened another can of tainted Spam over the weekend when he told Clinton Press Secretary-turned CBS pundit George Stephanopolous that there was no reason why Trump couldn’t just refuse to co-operate with Russiagate Special Prosecutor Mueller and then, should such defiance result in criminal charges, simply pardon himself.  It would be wrong, Rudy averred, and might even lead to an impeachment effort, but there seemed to be nothing legally amiss with such tactics (especially since the G.O.P. holds Congress and a razor-thin majority on the Supreme Court.

Djonald Unchained has a habit of throwing his underlings under the wheels of the bus and then, if they please him by refusing to snitch, pardoning their sorry asses,  He pardoned dead boxer Jack Johnson and tax cheating sycophant Dinesh D’Souza (see DJI: March 12th, 2018) and has rumoured aloud that he might extend more pardons to the likes of Martha Stewart, corrupt Democratic Governor Rod Blagojevich and, for all we know, Harvey Weinstein.  So elder son Don Junior and son-in-law Jared Kushner would seem to have nothing to fear from their encounter with Muscovian dirt-dealer Natalya Fatalya (or whomsoever) and, with Cambridge Analytica safely socked away in bankruptcy, 2018’s generation of trolls and troublemakers is waiting patiently on the sidelines to spring into action – perhaps, this time, to take a more active role in hacking America’s painfully vulnerable computerized electoral algorithms.

Which brings us to this week’s Lesson – a peek and preview at the midterm elections which will determine, among other things, whether impeachment will be a viable option after January 2019 (assuming that Democrats would risk a hostile but so-far blameless Mike Pence into the Oval Office).  Although we have not yet even completed the party primaries, overpaid and overeducated experts are already calling the races for House, Senate and Governorships for the Demmos, even though they do not yet appear to have leadership, a bench, or a vision… just a President of the opposing (call it enemy) party that can’t keep his 2AM cheeseburger-stained fingers off the Twitter app.

On the other hand, the Republicans have the math in their favor, as well as the money and the mojo (in the form of a roaring economy that even seems to be surviving the prospect of global trade wars).  All that Djonald has to do is show up in Singapore a week from tomorrow, go into a sealed room with Dictator Kim and emerge, a couple of hours later, alive and ebullient on all the “progress” that has been made.  Maybe so, maybe not, but the mere appearance of progress, not to mention a peacemaking, progressive pose will help some independents and even “progressives” to overlook the rest of his foreign-policy blundering and elect and re-elect the team as will, at least, allow him two more years.

See details on the House, Senate and Governorships as Attachment One (source – assorted national and local polling data).

There are 33 Senate seats up for grabs in November, as well as assorted governorships and all 435 Congressional jobs; in order to effect any serious changes, the donkey-boys will have to capture 22 seats in the House and a smaller but tougher cadre in the Senate, owing to the skewed mathematics that finds elephantine incumbents defending those disputed seats with all of the weight of incumbency, gerrymandering and cold, hard cash that they and the donor class can muster. 

Thin 1776.  That is… if Republicans hold all their seats and capture the tossups and 17 “likely” Democratic seats, they will hold an overwhelming 251-184 majority.  But if the donkeys hold all their seats and win the 76 tossup and “likely” Republican races, they will take a 261-164 lead, more than enough to impeach Mister Trump.

 

Will the economic boom for the top one percent continue, and will the proles and lumpenproles keep trusting that wealth will eventually trickle down to them, too, like the urine through a Muscovian comforter, blankets, sheets, mattress and, finally, drip to the Persian carpet covering the floor?  Will extremist challengers overcome responsible RINOs in the primaries?  Will more tired (or disgusted, or, even, ambitious) pols join Jeff Flake, Paul Ryan or Orrin Hatch in quitting Washington to go somewhere else and make money?

Will President Trump do something stupid… really, really stupid, bad enough to break through the Teflon that, on closer inspection, turns out to be only a protective layer of congealed, caramelized grease coating his popularity with an unpleasant, but effective, encrustation?

The polls say… maybe.

 

 

ETF Daily reported (Fri.) that:  

“We have seen roller coaster action this week, with a big move down on Tuesday, up big on Wednesday and down big on Thursday.

“The choppy action this week is indicative of a topping pattern, yet we saw a “bull handle” developing over the last several sessions.  We had an ‘engulfing bearish’ candlestick develop in Thursday’s session, so chart patterns are conflicted.”

Don Jones will take a choppy jobs report, so long as it is unemployment that is being chopped.  The drop to 3.8, biggest in decades, allowed him a healthy gain.

 

 

 

THE DON JONES INDEX

CHART of CATEGORIES w/VALUE ADDED to EQUAL BASELINE of 15,000

(REFLECTING… approximately… DOW JONES INDEX of June 27, 2013)

See a further explanation of categories here

 

ECONOMIC INDICES (60%)

                                                                                                                                              

DON JONES’ PERSONAL ECONOMIC INDEX (45% of TOTAL INDEX POINTS)

 

    CATEGORY

   VALUE

   BASE

         RECKO

NINGS

  SCORE

   SCORE

        INCOME

(24%)

  6/27/13

    LAST

CHANGE

NEXT

5/29/18

6/4/18

OUR SOURCE(S) and COMMENTS

Wages (hourly, per capita)    

9%

1350 points 

6/4/18

+0.36%

6/11/18

      1,480.17

      1,485.43

http://www.tradingeconomics.com/united-states/wages   22.59

Median Income (yearly)

4%

600

6/4/18

+0.06%

6/11/18

         677.28

         677.63

debtclock.org/    31,917

Unempl. (BLS – in millions

4%

600

6/4/18

+2.63%

6/11/18

      1,167.12

      1,197.83

http://data.bls.gov/timeseries/LNS14000000     3.8

   Official (DC - in millions)

2%

300

6/4/18

+0.21%

6/11/18

544.88

        546.00

http://www.usdebtclock.org/      6,287

   Unofficl. (DC - in millions)

2%

300

6/4/18

+0.18%

6/11/18

        516.45

        517.38

http://www.usdebtclock.org/    12,497

Workforce Participation

     Number (in millions)

     Percentage (DC)

2%

300

6/4/18

 

+0.16%

-0.05%

6/11/18

285.03

        285.18

Americans in/not in workforce (mil.) 

In: 155,556 Out 95,861 Total 251,417

http://www.usdebtclock.org/  61.87%  

WP Percentage (ycharts)*

1%

150

5/7/18

-0.16%

6/11/18

150.83

        150.59

http://ycharts.com/indicators/labor_force_participation_rate   62 .70

 

 

OUTGO

    (15%)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Inflation (aggregate)

7%

1050

5/14/18

+0.2

June 2018

972.32

972.32

http://www.bls.gov/news.release/cpi.nr0.htm     +0.2 nc

 

Inflation – Food

2%

300

5/14/18

+0.3

June 2018

277.58

277.58

http://www.bls.gov/news.release/cpi.nr0.htm     +0.3

 

               - Gasoline

2%

300

5/14/18

+3.0

June 2018

295.29

295.29

http://www.bls.gov/news.release/cpi.nr0.htm     +3.0

 

               - Medical Costs

2%

300

5/14/18

+0.2

June 2018

263.03

263.03

http://www.bls.gov/news.release/cpi.nr0.htm     +0.2

 

               -  Shelter

2%

300

5/14/18

+0.3

June 2018

281.42

281.42

http://www.bls.gov/news.release/cpi.nr0.htm     +0.3

 

 

WEALTH

(6%)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dow Jones Index

2%

300

6/4/18

-0.48%

6/11/18

443.25

441.14

Dow – 24,635.21

Homes – Sales

             -  Valuation

1%

1%

150

150

6/4/18

Sales  -2.50%        Valu. +3.00%

June 2018

199.86        229.15

199.86        229.15

http://www.realtor.org/research-and-statistics

Sales (M):  5.46 Valuations (K):  257.9

 

Debt (Personal)

2%

300

6/4/18

+0.06%

6/11/18

257.77

257.61

http://www.usdebtclock.org/    58,128

 

 

 

AMERICAN ECONOMIC INDEX (15% of TOTAL INDEX POINTS)

 

 

 

           NATIONAL

(10%)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Revenues (in trillions – tr.)

2%

300

6/4/18

+0.01%

6/11/18

380.28

380.33

debtclock.org/       3.331

 

Expenditures (in tr.)

2%

300

6/4/18

+0.12%

6/11/18

258.74

258.42

debtclock.org/       4.089

 

National Debt (tr.)

3%

450

6/4/18

+0.07%

6/11/18

344.16

343.93

http://www.usdebtclock.org/    21,188

 

Aggregate Debt (tr.)

3%

450

6/4/18

+0.14%

6/11/18

365.49

364.98

http://www.usdebtclock.org/     70,377

 

 

 

 

           GLOBAL

(5%)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Foreign Debt (tr.)

2%

300

6/4/18

+0.06

6/11/18

308.74

308.44

http://www.usdebtclock.org/   6.331

 

Exports (in billions – bl.)

1%

150

5/7/18

nc

6/11/18

164.32

164.32

http://www.census.gov/foreign-trade/statistics/highlights/congressional.html  208.5

 

Imports (bl.)

1%

150

5/7/18

nc

6/11/18

129.37

129.37

http://www.census.gov/foreign-trade/statistics/highlights/congressional.html 257.5

 

Trad Deficit (bl.)

1%

150

5/7/18

nc

6/11/18

102.72

102.72

https://www.census.gov/foreign-trade/statistics/highlights/monthly.html  49.0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                                 SOCIAL INDICES (40%)

 

                       LIBERTY and SECURITY INDEX           (15%) 

          ACTS of MAN

(9%)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

World Peace

3%

450

6/4/18

  +0.6%

6/11/18

430.60

433.18

On-again, off-again meeting with Kim is on-again.  So is a trade war with allies.  Journalist fakes death in Ukraine/Russia sting.  Italy tries another election.

 

 

Terrorism

2%

300

6/4/18

  +0.1%

6/11/18

220.01

219.79

RFK Junior touts 2nd gunman conspiracy as 50th anniversary of assassination draws near.  Gaza shells Israel, resuming war.  America rockets 50 Talibani in Afghanistan.  Homeland Security warns of “nefarious actors” acting up.

 

 

Private/Public Corruption

 

2%

300

6/4/18

     +0.2%

6/11/18

298.91

298.31

Puerto Rican hurricane death toll underreported by 7000%.  Ivanka sloughs off angry Bee and cashes in on Chinese trademarks.  Missouri Governor finally gives up the ghost.

 

 

Crime

1%

150

6/4/18

  nc

6/11/18

237.46

237.46

Drunk woman rams little league field, killing one.  Jon Benet’s forensic psychologist killed in Arizona.  Tennessee crook shoots the Sheriff.  Parents protest Active Shooter videogame.  Massachusetts house of rape & murder horrors exposed.  Train robberies make a comeback in Old Mexico.

 

 

      ACTS of GOD             

(6%)

(with, in some cases, a little… or lots of… help from men, and a few women)

 

 

 

 

Environment/Weather

3%

450

6/4/18

    -0.1%

6/11/18

330.55

330.22

Alberto comes and goes; killing weathermen in NC and a national guardsman in flooded Ellicott City, MD.  Midwest heat wave sees Minneapolis with 97º.  Europeans ban plastic forks.

 

 

Natural/Unnatural Disasters

3%

450

6/4/18

    +0.3%

6/11/18

351.74

350.68

Kilauea volcano gobbles up more real estate.  But a Guatemalan volcano racks up a higher death toll. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                         LIFESTYLE and JUSTICE INDEX          (15%)

Science, Tech. & Education

4%

600

6/4/18

+0.2%

6/11/18

629.38

630.64

More vital speeches at graduations.  WalMart offers tuition deal to employees.  Methane dunes discovered on Pluto.

 

Equality (economic/social)

4%

600

  6/4/18

  +0.1%

6/11/18

 735.25

 735.99

Starbucks holds its racial bias day.  Roseanne is fired for comparing Obama staffer to an ape; Samantha gets a pass for calling Ivanka the c-word.

 

Health

4%

600

  6/4/18

 +0.2%

6/11/18

 530.35

 531.41

Right-to-try (experimental medicines) gets legal OK.  German AI detects skin cancers, but false stem cell therapy robs the blind.  Bush Sr. re-hospitalized.  Metal shards found in ice cream and Hormel recalls 200,000 cans of tainted Spam.  Opioids found in Washington State mussels.

Freedom and Justice                        

3%

450

  6/4/18

 -0.1%

6/11/18

 514.67

 514.16

Trump pardons D’Souza as message to Mueller indictees.  David Copperfield not guilty of injuring audience member; Melissa McCarthy acquitted of slandering Miss Piggy.  Florida black man shot by cops wins $4 verdict.  Ambien denies responsibility for Roseanne’s rant.  Georgia jails parents of dying teen given medical marijuana and locks him up.  Kim Kardashian and Trump discuss prison refom.

 

                 

                       MISCELLANEOUS and TRANSIENT INDEX        (10%)

All miscellaneous incidents

   (transient and cultural)

10%

      1000

  6/4/18

-0.1%

6/11/18

1087.79

1086.70

RIP to Danica Patrick’s career with crash in final race.  Also DOA – flop Han Solo movie.  Nissan cuts production (cars, not noodles) 20%.  French Spiderman saves boy dangling from balcony.  Evangelist Jesse Duplessis begs followers for a $59 M jet, tells them that Jesus wouldn’t be riding a donkey today.  Jersey beer drinker pleads “stop beating me, I’m a woman.”  (Cops don’t.)  QE2 (the person) celebrates 65th anniversary of coronation, but battleship Arizona closed for repairs.  Cavs and Warriors to meet for 4th time in a row, new Vegas team v. Washington in NHL.  Idiots on display – Barney Fifelike FBI agent drops gun, shoots man doing backflip; GM executive cashes Nascar pace car.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Don Jones Index for the week of May 28th through June 3rd, 2018 was UP 36.58 points.

 

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ATTACHMENT ONE

 

Things to know…

 

(1)   Doug Jones won special election over Roy Moore

(2)   Republican Senators Bob Corker, Jeff Flake and Orrin Hatch Retiring

(3)   Independents: Senators Angus King (ME) and Bernie Sanders (VT), Governor Bill Walker (AK)

 

                                      SENATE

HOUSE

GOVERNORS 

 

State

Democrat

Republican

Polls

Seats

Democrat

Republican

Polls

 

  Alabama (1)

NC   

7

1

7 – 7 safe

 

TBD 8/5

117 !Ivey (R)

Safe

  Alabama (1)

 

  Alaska

 

 

 

1

0

1 – 1 safe

 

TBD 8/21

TBD 8/21133 !TBDT

Tossup

  Alaska (3)

 

  Arizona (2)

 

TBD 8/28

Tossup

9

5    2 safe

4   3 safe

3 lean, 1 lean

TBD 8/28

110 !Ducey (R)

Likely

  Arizona

 

  Arkansas

 

 

NC

4

0

4 - 3 safe

1 lean

Henderson (D)

115 !Hutchinson (R)

Safe

  Arkansas

 

  California

Feinstein (D)

TBD 6/5

Safe

53

40  38 safe

9 – 5 safe

2 lean 4 lean

4 tossup

TBD 6/5

TBD 6/5

Safe

  California

 

  Colorado

 

 

NC

7

3 – 3 safe

3 – 3 safe

1 tossup

113 !Hickenlooper (D)

TBD 6/26

Leaning

  Colorado

 

  Connecticut

Murphy (D)

TBD 8/14

Safe

5

5 – 5 safe

0

 

120 !Malloy (D)

TBD 8/14

Leaning

  Connecticut

 

  Delaware

Carper (D)

TBD 9/6

Safe

1

1 – 1 safe

0

 

 

 

NC

  Delaware

 

  Florida

Nelson (D)

TBD8/18

Tossup

27

12 – 11 safe

14 – 10 safe

1 lean, 4 lean

1 tossup

TBD 8/28

130 !Scott (R)

Tossup

  Florida

 

  Georgia

 

 

NC

14

4 – 4 safe

10 – 6 safe

4 lean

Abrams (D)

109 !Deal (R)

Leaning

  Georgia

 

  Hawaii

Hirono (D)

TBD 8/11

Safe

2

2

0

 

Ige (D)

TBD 8/11116 !

Safe

  Hawaii

 

  Idaho

 

 

NC

2

2

0

 

Jordan (D)

124 !Otter (R)

Safe

  Idaho

 

  Illinois

 

 

NC

18

11 – 11 safe

4 – 1 safe

3 lean

2 tossup

Pritzker (D)

126 !Rauner (R)

Leaning

  Illinois

 

  Indiana

Donnelly (D)

Braun (R)

Tossup

9

2 – 2 safe

7 – 6 safe

1 lean

 

130 !

NC

  Indiana

 

  Iowa

 

 

NC

4

1 – 1 safe

2 – 1 safe

1 lean

1 tossup

TBD 6/5

102 !Reynolds (R)

Leaning

  Iowa

 

  Kansas

 

 

NC

4

0

4 – 2 safe

2 lean

TBD 8/7

105 !Colyer (R)

Leaning

  Kansas

 

  Kentucky 

 

 

NC

6

1 – 1 safe

5 – 4 safe

1 lean

 

 

NC

  Kentucky 

 

  Louisiana

 

 

NC

6

1 – 1 safe

5 – 5 safe

 

 

 

NC

  Louisiana

 

  Maine (3)

 King (I)

TBD 6/12

Safe

2

1 – 1 safe

1 – 1 safe

1 lean

TBD 6/12

119 !LePage (R)

Leaning

  Maine

 

  Maryland

 Cardin (D)

TBD 6/26

Safe

8

7 – 7 safe

1 – 1 safe

 

TBD 6/26

114 !Hogan (R)

Leaning

  Maryland

 

  Massachusetts

Warren (D)

TBD 9/4

Safe

9

9 – 9 safe

0

 

TBD 9/4

101 !Baker (R)

Safe

  Massachusetts

 

  Michigan

 Stabenow (D)

TBD 8/7

Leaning

14

5 – 5 safe

8 – 4 safe

4 lean

1 tossup

TBD 8/7

131 ! Snyder (R)

Tossup

  Michigan

 

  Minnesota

Klobuchar (D)

TBD 8/14

Safe

8

3 – 3 safe

1 – 1 safe

4 tossup

Dayton (D)

TBD 8/13108 !

Tossup

  Minnesota

 

  Minnesota - sp

Smith (D)

TBD 8/13

Leaning

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Mississippi

TBD 6/5

Wicker (R)

Safe

4

1 – safe

3   3 - safe

 

 

 

NC

  Mississippi

 

  Mississippi -sp

TBD 11/6

Hyde-Smith (R)

Leaning

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Missouri

McCaskill (D)

TBD 8/7

Tossup

8

2 – 2 safe

6 – 5 safe

1 likely

 

 

NC

  Missouri

 

  Montana

Tester (D)

TBD 6/5

Leaning

1

0

1 – 0 safe

1 likely

 

 

NC

  Montana

 

  Nebraska

 

Fischer (R)

Safe

3

0

3 – 2 safe

1 likely

Krist

127 !Ricketts (R)

Safe

  Nebraska

 

  Nevada

TBD 6/12

Heller (R)

Tossup

4

3 – 1 safe

1 – 1 safe

2 likely

TBD 6/12

128 !Sandoval (R)

Tossup

  Nevada

 

  New Hamp.

 

 

NC

2

2 – 1 safe

0

1 likely

TBD 9/11

132 !Sununu (R)

Leaning

  New Hamp.

 

  New Jersey

Menendez (D)

TBD 6/5

Leaning

12

8 – 6 safe

2 – 1 safe

2 likely 1 likely

2 tossup

 

 

NC

  New Jersey

 

  New Mexico

Heinrich (D)

TBD 6/5

Safe

3

2 – 2 safe

1 – 0 safe

1 likely

TBD 6/5

121 !Martinez (R)

Leaning

  New Mexico

 

  New York

Gillibrand (D)

TBD 6/26

Safe

27

18 – 18 safe

7 – 4 safe

3 likely

2 tossups

Cuomo (D)

TBD 6/26106 !

Safe

  New York

 

  N. Carolina

 

 

NC

13

3 – 3 safe      

10 – 6  safe

4 likely

 

 

NC

  N. Carolina

 

  N. Dakota

Heitkamp (D)

TBD 6/12

Tossup

1

0

1 – 1 safe

 

 

 

                             NC

  N. Dakota

 

  Ohio

 Brown (D)

Renacci (R)

Leaning

16

4 – 4 safe

12 – 7 safe

5 likely

Cordray (D)

Kasich (R)

Leaning

  Ohio

 

  Oklahoma

 

 

NC

5

0

5 – 5 safe

 

TBD 6/26111 !

Fallin (R)

Leaning

  Oklahoma

 

  Oregon

 

 

NC

5

4 – 4 safe

1 – 1 safe

 

Brown (D)104 !

Buehler (R)

Leaning

  Oregon

 

  Pennsylvania 

Casey Jr. (D)

Barletta (R)

Leaning

18

8 – 4 safe

8 – 6 safe

4 likely 2 likely

2 tossups

135 !Wolf (D)

Wagner (R)

Leaning

  Pennsylvania 

 

  Rhode Island 

Whitehouse (D)

TBD 9/12

Safe

2

2 – 2 safe

0

 

125 !Raimondo (D)

TBD 9/12

Leaning

  Rhode Island 

 

  S. Carolina

 

 

NC

7

1 - 1 safe

6 – 5 safe

1 likely

TBD 6/1212

McMaster (R)

Safe

  S. Carolina

 

  S.  Dakota

 

 

NC

1

0

1 – 1 safe

 

TBD 6/5

107 ! Daugaard (R)

Safe

  S. Dakota

 

  Tennessee

TBD 8/12

TBD 8/12

Leaning

9

2 – 2 safe

7 – 7 safe

 

TBD 8/12

112 ! Haslam (R)

Leaning

  Tennessee

 

  Texas

O’Rourke (D)

Cruz (R)

Leaning

36

11 – 11 safe

24 – 21 safe

3 likely

1 tossup

Valdez (D)

100 !Abbott (R)

Safe

  Texas

 

  Utah

TBD 6/26

TBD 6/26

Safe

4

0

4 – 3 safe

1 likely

 

 

NC

  Utah

 

  Vermont (3)

 Sanders (I)

TBD 8/14

Safe

1

1 – 1 safe

0

 

TBD 8/14

129 !Scott (R)

Leaning

  Vermont

 

  Virginia 

 Kaine (D)

TBD 6/12

Safe

11

4 – 4 safe

6 – 3 safe

3 likely

1 tossup

 

 

                             NC

  Virginia

 

  Washington

Cantwell (D)

TBD 8/7

Safe

10

6 – 6 safe

3 – 2 safe

1 likely

1 tossup

 

 

NC

  Washington

 

  W. Virginia

Manchin (D)

Morrisey (R)

Tossup

3

0

3 – 2 safe

1 likely

 

 

NC

  W. Virginia

 

  Wisconsin

Baldwin (D)

TBD 8/14

Leaning

8

3 – 3 safe

5 – 3 safe

2 likely

TBD 8/14

134 !Walker (R)

Leaning