Evan Hunt looks at 10 under-the-radar elections to pay attention to on election night that could have interesting results.
Author: Evan Hunt
While Kari Lake has pulled a small lead in polling, Blake Masters continues to trail Mark Kelly in most polls.
NY-18, NY-19, and NY-22 will be key battleground districts in November, with Republicans hoping to cushion a new majority.
Just a few months ago it was predicted President Emmanuel Macron’s political bloc Ensemble was generally safe for a 289-seat majority, but that has since changed.
Georgia is regionally diverse. Each of its regions is a puzzle piece that will determine the overall outcome and tell us interesting tidbits.
Evan Hunt takes at a look at some of the key “tipping point” races in the Presidential, Senate, House, and Legislative elections.
The tight-knit Francophone community in northern Maine may decide who wins the 2nd congressional district – and possibly, the presidency.
Filled with a large crowd of NYC commuters, orthodox Jewish communities, and farming communities, Democratic-leaning NY-17 is a diverse area.
Sitting in the north portion of Nottinghamshire in northern England, around 2 hours east of Manchester, Bassetlaw comprises of several small villages and England’s rural countryside. The constituency is historically one of Labour’s most loyal constituencies, having a Labour MP consistently since 1935. Bassetlaw has been fond of Labour’s policies and has many legacy Labour voters. However, that streak could very well end in 2019, with the sitting Labour MP since 2001 not standing again. Bassetlaw voted to leave the EU with 68% of the vote in 2016, and its former MP John Mann had been a leave supporter, being…