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This week's maps show that Biden is well over the 270 Electoral Votes needed to win. Not only that he is nearly at 400 Electoral Votes. A President-Elect having 400 Electoral Votes indicates an Electoral Landslide. The last time a President-Elect had 400 Electoral Votes or More was George H.W. Bush in 1988, over Former Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis (426-111). The Last Democratic President-Elect to pull that feat was Lyndon B. Johnson in 1964 against Barry Goldwater (486-52).
Doesn't look for the Republicans in the Senate either, as it looks like Senator Chuck Schumer is looking like the Senate Majority Leader, even if the Democrats don't get another Senator Elect.
Here are this week's maps for the 2020 Presidential and Senatorial Elections.
Solid Blue: Solid Biden/Democrats (More Than 50%)
Blue: Likely Biden/Democrats (50%)
Light Blue: Leans Biden/Democrats (Outside MoE to 50%)
Tinted Blue: Tilted Biden/Democrats (Leading within Margin of Error)
Solid Red: Solid Trump/GOP
Red: Likely Trump/GOP
Pink: Leans Trump/GOP
Tinted Red: Tilted Trump/GOP
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