At the time of writing, the GOP has flipped 8 House seats and has a +6 net gain.
Republicans need to flip just 5 seats during Tuesday’s elections in order to win a majority in the House of Representatives.
So far three House seats, two in Florida and one in Virginia, have flipped to Republican control. Follow along for updates: https://t.co/7LzvU6uGKx
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Democrats have flipped 4 House seats.
Republicans needed a +5 net gain to take control of the House of Representatives.
Here’s where the House stands at the time of writing:
From NBC News:
All 435 United States House seats are up for election in the 2022 midterms — but the path to partisan majority will come down to a much smaller number. Some 35 seats are rated a “toss up” heading into Election Day, according to the nonpartisan Cook Political Report. Going into Election…