Kendra Horn’s win in OK-05 was widely considered one of the biggest upsets of 2018, but the question now becomes if she can win re-election.
If anybody had told me last year I’d have accurately predicted 90% of the events leading up to the special election, I’d probably have asked them what kind of acid they dropped.
New Jersey’s House delegation has swung from an even 6-6 split in 2014 to a 10-2 Democratic advantage today. But what does 2020 have in store?
Comparing these two swing states shows how dire the situation is for Georgia Republicans and how a blue Georgia might be closer than we think.
Before his notoriety as the “Tiger King”, Joe Exotic ran for President and Governor with a platform that would change America forever.
Democrat Joe Cunningham hopes to ride the continued shifting of America’s suburbs to re-election in SC-01, a Trump +13 district.
In 2016, Sanders won 18 counties; this total plummeted to only four on Super Tuesday. In terms of the popular vote, Bernie dropped from 41% to 24%.
Fresh off a resounding 28-point romp in South Carolina, former Vice President Joe Biden is aiming to cement his status as a top-tier contender by performing well across the south on this week’s Super Tuesday primaries.
Former Vice President Joe Biden has won the South Carolina primary, a much-needed bounceback after mediocre showings in Iowa and New Hampshire. While this win was expected, what is surprising is his margin of victory: a nearly 30-point romp that saw him sweep every county across the diverse state.
Lost in the discussion of Blagojevich’s sins is another fact: the end of Blago marked the end of the Illinois Democratic Party’s effective competition downstate. Looking at the trends from 1998 to 2006 shows a clear shift and a fascinating look at the rapid decline in the state’s ancestrally Democratic strongholds.