Time for Democratic governors to book the moving vans? Come the November 2 elections, the Republicans appear to be poised for a gubernatorial takeover, according to forecasting whiz Nate Silver’s FiveThirtyEight model. The nation’s governors’ mansions, which are now held by 26 Democrats, 23 Republicans, and 1 independent, could be drastically altered. Most likely, they’ll do especially well in the Midwest and swing states. For example, in Michigan and Pennsylvania—among 9 others—the Republican candidate has at least an 80 percent chance of victory. Democrats, by contrast, are only favored in four states: Colorado, Connecticut, Hawaii, and New York.