Now that the great state of Delaware has finished their primaries, DecisionDeskHQ is able to rate their state legislatures. Though Democrats could have lost control of the State Senate back in February 2017 during a special election, they are certain to hold onto the majority in not just the upper chamber, but the lower chamber as well. Here are our ratings for both bodies:
All of the state house seats are up for grabs this year, but neither party is favored to flip any seats, though a wave could push a few towards the Democrats.
The state senate has the same situation, with only a portion of its body up for re-election. Democrats could pick upwards of two seats, but the Republicans are favored in both of them (barely so, in the case of the Wilmington seat).
All in all, it looks like good news for Governor John Carney: his party’s trifecta will remain intact.