The typcially Republican states of Alaska and Montana might just be the last outposts of elastic unpredictability in America.
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A runoff in Georgia does not spell doom for Democrats, but instead presents just as many issues for the GOP as it does Democrats.
Republican strength in California’s San Francisco Bay Area has disintegrated, with even moderate to liberal Republicans being swept out of office.
In recent elections, Dare County has shown tendencies to react negatively to culture war issues such as gay marriage despite leaning Republican.
With the upcoming poll igniting plenty of interest in Alaska, it’s a good time to examine the fundamentals of Alaska’s politics and Senate race.
TX-06 has shifted left in recent years, as Donald Trump won the district by only 12 points and Republican Ron Wright won by a measly seven points in 2018.
Justice Democrats have knocked off two Democratic incumbents in 2020, but where can they target next as they try to expand the progressive movement?
With Ann Selzer’s poll dump from Iowa, it has become quite clear that in the current national environment this state is closer than expected.
Adam Trencher argues that Arizona’s map complies with the Constitution and the VRA, is compact, preserves communities of interest, and is competitive.
Eric Cunningham argues that Arizona is a gerrymander because it looks and behaves like one.