Democrats are on the defensive ahead of the 2020 election and they are going to need all the help they can get to win it.
With Republicans now leading in every demographic, Democrats are hoping to flip more than half of the electoral votes needed to take control of the White House.
The next four years could be crucial to ensuring the party keeps its majorities in the House and Senate.
But Republicans are hoping Democrats will pick up seats in states like Florida and Georgia, where President-elect Donald Trump won by a landslide.
Democrats have a real chance to flip these three states and win the presidency by more than 50 percent of the popular vote, according to the Cook Political Report.
The last time the Democrats won the White and House in the same election was in 1824, and Democrats won all the seats in Congress for the first time since 1824.
The Cook Political report projects that Republicans will be able to take back the House of Representatives and the Senate and will need to flip a handful of seats to win a majority.
They will need at least four seats in Georgia, which President-Elect Donald Trump carried by more then 20 percentage points in 2016, and three in Florida, where Democrats took control of both houses of Congress and the governor’s mansion in 2016.
The battleground states of Georgia and Florida are already in play.
While the Democrats are leading in the polls in these states, Trump has made a big push to gain support from African-Americans and Latinos.
While Democrats are focusing on the two states, there are still three other states where Trump has had a hard time making gains: Colorado and Nevada.
The two states were a bit of a tossup in the 2016 election, and Trump won them by more or less equal margins.
But Trump is now in a bit more of a bind because Colorado and New Mexico are two of the safest states in the country.
Trump won both by more narrow margins.
Nevada was also a toss up in 2016 and was also competitive in 2016 in some of the key races.
Trump lost both of these states by less than 10 percentage points.
Democrats may also have a tougher time winning the Electoral College in 2020 because they have to win more states than Trump did in 2016 if they want to secure a majority in the Electoral Hall of the United States.
Democrats hope to pick up some seats in Arizona and Nevada that Trump lost.
But they will need more than two seats in Nevada to win control of Congress.
If Democrats pick up a majority of seats in both Arizona and New Hampshire, Trump will be forced to work in Congress in 2018 to pass a bill that would extend federal aid to Puerto Rico and other U.S. territories.
It is unclear if the Democrats will be successful in passing a bill in Congress.
Trump’s efforts to win over Latinos are not the only area where Democrats are targeting.
Trump has also targeted women voters and has targeted young voters in particular.
Trump will likely lose many of these voters, especially in states such as Georgia, Florida, and Arizona.
The Trump campaign has tried to make the point that Democrats can win these states and still lose the popular votes.
But that is a tall order.
The Republican Party has already won three of the four seats that Democrats needed to win in Georgia and Arizona, and that number is growing.
Democrats are now down to just one seat in Arizona.
Trump is also still trying to gain a foothold in the popular-vote tally in Florida.
He won Florida by more that 10 percentage point in 2016 but lost Florida by about 6 percentage points by the time the 2020 elections rolled around.
Democrats want to see Trump get into the Florida recount process and get him out of the way so he doesn’t have a clear path to the presidency.
Trump, of course, is running in the state, and his campaign is pushing hard to win Florida.
It seems unlikely that Trump will win Florida in 2020.
The Democratic campaign is focusing on flipping more states in order to win back the White Houses.
And Democrats are still targeting young voters, African-American voters, women voters, and people of color.
There are some states where Republicans are already making inroads with young voters.
In 2018, Trump won the youth vote by more votes than any candidate since Richard Nixon in 1968.
This year, the Trump campaign is trying to get young people to turn out and vote for Trump.
In the final weeks of the campaign, Trump tried to use the issue of immigration as a way to woo young voters and African- Americans.
During the campaign he was repeatedly asked about the issue and said that he wanted to make it easier for young people and minorities to become citizens.
The campaign is also trying to convince voters that he is the right person for the job.
This is one of the most important races of the cycle.
The 2018 midterm elections are shaping up to be a bit different than the 2016 midterm elections.
Democrats now have an advantage over Republicans because the two parties have different paths to