two states swinging slightly redder
MD where Gov. Hogan has gotten high marks (and been critical of the administration's handling of the crisis).
And CA, which is struggling badly with the 'rona- not as bad as the Big Reds on a per capita basis, but not good.
Neither really in play at the Presidential level but could matter in a few congressional districts.
Hard hit blue to purple states are staying bluer. You can make some mistakes, like Cuomo did, and still get solid approval if you show some leadership.
IN bluing up a bit- there is one suburban district where that might matter but if Dennison loses IN it is a complete runaway already.
Curious about OH and DeWine.