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House Update: Democrats 24, Republicans 18

Here's the most recent polling map for the House election:

What's changed in this update:
* Continued to add unopposed seats
* Nevada's and Iowa's polling changed the most.
* New York and Florida are starting to get more polling

I will now be going biweekly on these updates until October, when I go once a week, then daily in the last week of October. I will add my modeling notes once we start October and submit a final prediction the day before the election.

At the end of September, I will have one blog post created for the Senate, House, and Gubernatorial races since I will be updating more frequently and don't want to clog up the blogosphere here.
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