Which of the new US governors are you most worried about?

The US has become a much more divided nation.

Many of the states that once voted Republican now are Democratic.

So, the most worried Republican governor in the country is the one who most likely to be running for president in 2020. 

So what does the most populous US state look like in 2021? 

We decided to take a look at which of the Republican governors were most likely candidates for president and the states most likely Democratic ones in 2021. 

There were many who would have been on the ballot for President in 2020, but because of the GOP’s inability to hold the House of Representatives, those candidates were not on the 2020 ballot. 

In order to figure out which of those Republican governors was most likely for President, we looked at the 2020 House races for each of the governors listed in the map below. 

Here are the states with the most Republican governors in 2021: Alabama – Governor Doug Jones is likely to seek re-election. 

California – Governor Jerry Brown is the most likely Republican to run for President. 

Florida – Governor Rick Scott is likely going to seek a third term. 

Georgia – Governor Nathan Deal is the least likely Republican in 2021 to seek another term.

Kentucky – Governor Matt Bevin is likely in a difficult re-elective fight. 

Maryland – Governor Larry Hogan is expected to seek reelection. 

Michigan – Governor Bill Schuette is the second most likely Democrat to run in 2020 after Governor Mike Pence. 

Mississippi – Governor Phil Bryant is the third most likely GOP governor to seek his third term in 2021, and the fourth most likely statewide Republican to seek one.

New Jersey – Governor Chris Christie is the sixth most likely state Republican to be re-elected in 2020 with a 60-40 advantage.

North Carolina – Governor Roy Cooper is likely the most Democratic of the Republicans seeking re-favor. 

Ohio – Governor John Kasich is likely a top choice for the Republican Party’s presidential nominee in 2020 and 2020 Senate nominee. 

Pennsylvania – Governor Tom Wolf is likely likely to face a tough re-seat, although he has a strong record in the past. 

Virginia – Governor Terry McAuliffe is the Democratic nominee for the 2020 presidential nomination. 

Wisconsin – Governor Scott Walker is likely not running for reelection in 2020 but could seek a second term in 2022. 

Utah – Governor Gary Herbert is the Democrat candidate for the 2018 Democratic presidential nomination, and he is the fourth Democratic gubernatorial candidate to seek to run again in 2020 for the presidency. 

West Virginia – Governor Jay Nixon is the Republican candidate for 2020 Senate, and is the only governor to run a third time. 

Iowa – Governor Brian Branstad is likely running for a fourth term in 2020 or 2022.