With primaries upcoming on August 4th, Michgian features a bevy of potentially competitive primaries and races in the fall to keep an eye on
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It’s time to look seriously at the possibility that Arizona, the state of Goldwater and McCain, may be the very one that sends Donald Trump home packing.
Lancaster Democrat Christina Hartman became a bright spot for the party in 2016, but failed congressional and Auditor General runs leave her future uncertain.
Democrats plan to seize on Georgia’s changing political landscape. Republicans, meanwhile, are seeking to prove that the 2018 elections were a fluke.
Welcome to a new series here on Elections Daily! Each week, I’ll be taking a look at a possible sleeper race in the 2020 elections – one that may be more competitive than expected. Today, we’re looking towards the New York exurbs in NY-18, an Obama-Trump district in upstate New York.
New Jersey’s 7th District is one of the most affluent districts in the state, and the region it currently covers has seen one of the most interesting suburban political transformations in the United States.
In 2018, many suburban Republican representatives were defeated, and in the aftermath Republicans have taken a new approach to dealing with Trump.
Not all suburbs are getting bluer and there is mounting evidence that America might be approaching a point at which suburbs are clusters of red and blue.
MN-05 is the most demographically diverse district in the state and is home to the largest number of Somali immigrants of any metropolis in the USA.
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.