Elections Daily unveils its inaugural 2024 Senate Ratings, with Democratic control of the Senate resting on red state holdouts.
Author: Eric Cunningham
Alabama’s congressional delegation is one of the most Republican in the country, with six Republicans and only one Democrat.
Michigan Senate Debbie Stabenow isn’t running for re-election, setting up a Senate contest that will be one of the nation’s most competitive.
North Carolina’s Republican legislature is widely expected to draw out at least three congressional Democrats.
Senator Kyrsten Sinema is leaving the Democratic Party, and in doing so might hand Republicans a path to a Senate flip in 2024.
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.
Lee Zeldin’s strong performance helped Republicans flip four House districts, gain in the legislature, and break Schumer’s landslide streak.
While November 8 was a disappointment for national Republicans, it certainly wasn’t for North Carolina Republicans.