In an almost perfect mirror of 2020, Republicans won a 222-213 majority with a popular vote of roughly R+3.
Arizona Republicans suffered disastrous defeats in the 2022 midterms, and almost all of them were self-inflicted.
The first full election held under Alaska’s new ranked-choice voting system has yielded a clear mandate: divided, moderate government.
Sarah Stook looks back on the post-Civil War presidential runners-up.
Lee Zeldin’s strong performance helped Republicans flip four House districts, gain in the legislature, and break Schumer’s landslide streak.
Pennsylvania Republicans massively underperformed expectations, losing virtually every important race – and potentially the state house.
Robeson County continued its trend to the right as Republicans flipped a state house seat and multiple county offices.
While November 8 was a disappointment for national Republicans, it certainly wasn’t for North Carolina Republicans.
Evan Hunt looks at 10 under-the-radar elections to pay attention to on election night that could have interesting results.
Steen Kirby reviews all the gubernatorial, Senate, and House races across the country, providing his own ratings for each.