New Jersey is home to several competitive House races this cycle, including one race that has become shockingly competitive.
Following mid-decade, court-ordered redistricting, North Carolina Democrats hope to take back the North Carolina State Senate.
Over the past four decades, North Carolina has had some of the most costly and contentious Senate races in American history.
The 14 territories of the United States collectively have over 3.5 million residents. However, despite being citizens, they cannot vote.
Donald Trump and Antifa are both symptoms of a trend that threatens the promise of an America rooted in classical liberalism.
The tripartisan coalition that controlled the Alaska House of Representatives has collapsed, and the GOP is now favored to gain a trifecta.
Amendment 1 aims to end gerrymandering in the state of Virginia, but can this redistricting reform truly win on election day?
The tight-knit Francophone community in northern Maine may decide who wins the 2nd congressional district – and possibly, the presidency.
Virginia may be poised to end gerrymandering with Amendment 1 – and voters for Abigail Spanberger and Elaine Luria may help pass it.
The Elections Daily team is keeping an eye on four Senate races that are seemingly tight: Alaska, Kansas, Michigan, and South Carolina.