Our colleagues are out with their latest rankings of the House districts most likely to change party control this fall. But don't expect either party to make a full sweep in November
With no wave emerging for either side for the first time in four cycles, campaign strategy and candidate strength will matter more than they have recently. Candidates across the country have spent the last month tackling and testing answers to key questions, like how Paul Ryan and his budget plan could affect the campaign and how incumbents can defend or even harness their records in a year when Congress is as unpopular as ever. Even in the traditional non-political month of August, we've seen some early clues about the fall in a few races.
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