You talking about Wisconsin reminded me of Cook's PVI or partisan voting index. Which states due to demographics, migration, in and out of the state, folks dying off and new voters being added. We have some states, especially in the south moving blue and some in the midwest, going red. the first number is from 2000 and the second 2020. A 20 year trend.

Arizona from an R+7 down to an R+3. Moving blue.
Florida R+3 Same rating as in 2000.
Georgia From an R+10 down to an R+3 Moving blue
Michigan from a D+6 to a R+1 Moving Red
North Carolina from an R+13 down to a R+3 moving blue
Ohio From an R+4 up to an R+6 Becoming more red
Pennsylvania from D+4 to a R+2 moving red
Texas from an R+20 down to an R+5 moving blue
Wisconsin from an D+10 to a R+2 moving red

So which party gains and which loses if Arizona, Georgia, North Carolina, Texas turn blue with Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin becoming red states. Ohio is already red and Florida remains the same, a swing state. The big beneficiary would be the democrats 83-44. Mainly because of Texas with its 40 electoral votes.

I don't see Texas changing to blue in 2024, although the rest could indeed switch colors leaving the switch a wash. But in 2028, chances are the dems will add Texas giving them a real electoral college advantage.

then we'll see the opposite of today's popular vote debate taking place with the Democrats wanting to keep the electoral college and the GOP wanting to do away with it. 2028, a year to watch.

It's high past time that we start electing Americans to congress and the presidency who put America first instead of their political party. For way too long we have been electing Republicans and Democrats who happen to be Americans instead of Americans who happen to be Republicans and Democrats.