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« on: August 04, 2022, 01:24:46 PM »

Maryland 2026: Incumbent Wes Moore vs Larry Hogan

Pennsylvania 2026: Incumbent Doug Mastriano vs Tom Wolf

Louisiana 2027: Incumbent Jeff Landry (or whoever you pick) vs John Bel Edwards

I canít think of amy realistic others at the moment, so feel free to add others.

Anyways, who wins?
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« Reply #1 on: August 05, 2022, 01:34:20 PM »

Wolf would beat Mastriano but anyone else would hold on.


A few you missed

-Arizona 2026: Incumbent Katie Hobbs vs. Doug Ducey
-North Carolina 2028: Incumbent Mark Robinson vs. Roy Cooper

Bullock vs. Gianforte in 2024 would be interesting, but I don't think Bullock is eligible again until 2028.
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« Reply #2 on: August 05, 2022, 10:14:21 PM »

Wolf would beat Mastriano but anyone else would hold on.


A few you missed

-Arizona 2026: Incumbent Katie Hobbs vs. Doug Ducey
-North Carolina 2028: Incumbent Mark Robinson vs. Roy Cooper

Bullock vs. Gianforte in 2024 would be interesting, but I don't think Bullock is eligible again until 2028.
I think Ducey could beat Hobbs if she is unpopular, however I donít think he could make it past a primary unless the field were very divided.

Roy Cooper could definitely beat Mark Robinson in 2028 if Robinson goes too extreme.

As for a Bullock 2028 comeback, I simply canít see him actually winning due to less tickey splitting.

If a Christine Drazan wins Oregon this year, then Kate Brown 2026?

Also, Ralph Northam 2025 and Glenn Youngkin 2029?  I truly donít know how these would turn out.

If a Republican wins New Jersey in 2025, then Phil Murphy 2029?

If Kemp wins 2022 and a Dem wins Georgia 2026, Brian Kemp 2030?

If a Dem somehow wins Florida 2026, DeSantis 2030?

If Janet Mills wins this year and a Republican wins 2026, then Mills 2030?
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« Reply #3 on: August 06, 2022, 05:41:05 PM »

Wolf would beat Mastriano but anyone else would hold on.


A few you missed

-Arizona 2026: Incumbent Katie Hobbs vs. Doug Ducey
-North Carolina 2028: Incumbent Mark Robinson vs. Roy Cooper

Bullock vs. Gianforte in 2024 would be interesting, but I don't think Bullock is eligible again until 2028.
I think Ducey could beat Hobbs if she is unpopular, however I donít think he could make it past a primary unless the field were very divided.

Roy Cooper could definitely beat Mark Robinson in 2028 if Robinson goes too extreme.

As for a Bullock 2028 comeback, I simply canít see him actually winning due to less tickey splitting.

If a Christine Drazan wins Oregon this year, then Kate Brown 2026?

Also, Ralph Northam 2025 and Glenn Youngkin 2029?  I truly donít know how these would turn out.

If a Republican wins New Jersey in 2025, then Phil Murphy 2029?

If Kemp wins 2022 and a Dem wins Georgia 2026, Brian Kemp 2030?

If a Dem somehow wins Florida 2026, DeSantis 2030?

If Janet Mills wins this year and a Republican wins 2026, then Mills 2030?

Katie Brownís so unpopular I doubt she would be a shoe-in against an incumbent Drazan. I can see Youngkin 2029 happening if a democratic president is in office (likely after a one term Republican).
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