Currently, Republicans hold a majority in 26 state delegations, while Democrats have a majority in 22 state delegations. In Michigan and Pennsylvania, neither party has a majority. But again, the current House doesn’t get to vote — the new House will. So if Democrats can take away the Republican majority in just one state, they can reduce Republicans down to 25 states and prevent Trump from being elected in the House.
Where could they do that?
Florida and Wisconsin are very slim GOP majorities, but the Democratic chances of picking up those delegations look to be about 0% at this hour.
So Democrats’ best chances are the tiny states with only one member. Specifically, Don Young, an elderly Republican, is facing a serious challenge from Democrat Alyse Galvin.