New Print Edition: Gubernatorial Outlook, House Ratings, Presidential Battleground

September 19, 2008 · 12:05 AM EDT

The September 18, 2008 print edition of the Rothenberg Political Report is on its way to subscribers. The print edition comes out every two weeks (even more frequently as Election Day approaches) and the content is not available online. Subscribers get in-depth analysis of the most competitive races in the country, as well as quarterly House and Senate ratings, and coverage of the gubernatorial races nationwide. To subscribe, simply click on the Google checkout button on the website or send a check.

Here is a brief sample of what’s in this edition…

2008 Gubernatorial Outlook
By Nathan L. Gonzales

Republican prospects are actually improving in the handful of competitive gubernatorial races this cycle.

Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels (R) is in better shape than he was six months ago, while Washington is a tight race, even after four years, and North Carolina has emerged as a legitimate takeover opportunity. Republicans are still mending fences after their primary in Missouri, but still have a chance to hold that governorship.

Currently, the most likely range of outcomes in this cycle’s gubernatorial races is from D +1 to R +1.

Subscribers to the print edition get the entire issue, including race-by-race analysis and recent polling in the most competitive gubernatorial races, our updated competitive House races chart, and our first-ever handicapping of the states in the presidential race.