The last red wave in Nevada occurred in 2014, when Republicans swept all statewide races, most by wide margins.
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Every cycle, there’s always a state that seems to be truly poised to surprise. And yet in most cases, these surprise states are mirages.
In early May of 2020, the political and social landscape of the United States was engulfed in the coronavirus pandemic.…
Eric Cunningham argues that Arizona is a gerrymander because it looks and behaves like one.
Adam Trencher argues that Arizona’s map complies with the Constitution and the VRA, is compact, preserves communities of interest, and is competitive.
Once reflexively Democratic voters have forever abandoned the party in the face of America’s ever-intensifying culture war