Follow along with tonight’s election results across Colorado, Florida, Kentucky, and Pennsylvania.
Author: Eric Cunningham
West Virginia Governor Jim Justice is officially in the Senate race, having announced his bid to unseat incumbent Democrat Joe Manchin. While we have long had this race as favored to flip – we started it at Likely Republican in our initial ratings back in January – Justice’s entry is yet another problem for Manchin in what is likely to be his first general election defeat of his career. As West Virginia continues to solidify itself as a red bastion at all levels, Manchin has become the last Democrat standing. And we’re confident that 2024 will mark a historic shift…
The closest Senate elections of the 2010s showcase the importance of local and statewide issues, and how every vote matters.
The North Carolina Supreme Court has issued a trio of 5-2 decisions that repeal rulings decided by the previous liberal court majority.
Kentucky has 6 congressional districts, with the current delegation yielding a 5-1 Republican advantage in one of America’s reddest states.
Eric Cunningham explains the five closest presidential elections in American history, from 1968 to 2000 to 1880.
Republicans control three of five territorial Delegates, non-voting offices that represent millions of American citizens in US territories.
A harsh gerrymander helped Republicans secure a 20-8 advantage in Florida’s congressional delegation.
In 2003, Republican Michael Decker accepted a $50,000 bribe in an IHOP bathroom to switch parties, flipping control of the House to a tie.
Democrat Tricia Cotham has switched parties, giving Republicans a supermajority in both houses of the legislature.