As Senator Susan Collins (R-ME) gears up for a difficult 2020 race, her numbers have begun to look more and more pedestrian. Despite this, some observers still expect her to end up winning re-election decisively.
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At first glance, the Northern Mariana Islands might seem like a strange place for a Republican stronghold. However, the numbers tell the true story.
Following a strong performance on Super Tuesday, Joe Biden entered yesterday’s primaries looking for a potential finishing blow against Bernie Sanders.
For a primary election, approval voting seems like a no-brainer because it ensures that the party nominates the candidate the most people like every time
Back in December, Elections Daily writer Paul McCrary wrote about a potential run for Senate by Montana Governor and former presidential candidate Steve Bullock. With the announcement now being official, it’s worth revisiting the formidable hurdles Bullock faces in an attempt to unseat incumbent Republican Steve Daines.
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%.
Especially with young people, Democrats have an issue with focusing hard on a candidate‘s personality and becoming attached to that rather than focusing on political issues that the candidate has.
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.
Sanders’ quick rise to frontrunner status, unorthodox style, and icy relationship with the Democratic establishment means that the likelihood of a non-traditional pick is higher than ever.