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The Cook Political Report's Road Map to the 2020 Elections

After two turbulent "change" elections in 2016 and 2018, what will 2020 bring? David Wasserman cuts through the spin and uses fascinating facts, figures and maps to take audiences on an entertaining and strictly nonpartisan tour of the next presidential race. Drawing on his extensive research on cultural, demographic and voting patterns, Wasserman highlights the six states that will decide President Trump's fate and previews where 2020's top House and Senate races are headed. In 2016, Wasserman drew praise for forecasting Trump's path to winning the Electoral College, and in 2018, he was among the first to predict Democrats would take back the House of Representatives. Wasserman is the U.S. House editor and quantitative election analyst for the nonpartisan Cook Political Report. Founded in 1984, the Cook Political Report provides analyses of presidential, Senate, House and gubernatorial races. The New York Times called the Cook Political Report a newsletter that both parties regard as authoritative.