Join us at 9:00 eastern as Eric Cunningham, Joe Szymanski, and Kraz Greinetz cover tonight’s primary elections.
The latest Elections Daily ratings move the Senate race in Montana to Leans Republican; only one seat, Iowa, remains in the Tossup column.
The demographic profile of Montana, paired with increases in partisanship and increased national investment, could serve to weaken Bullock.
The typcially Republican states of Alaska and Montana might just be the last outposts of elastic unpredictability in America.
Yesterday we covered primary elections in countless states across the country. In this article, I’ll give you a rundown of the key results from last night in each important state that we covered.
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.
There have been charges from some Democrats that Montana Governor Steve Bullock wasted time on a presidential run rather than running in the Senatorial race in Montana against incumbent Senator Steve Daines, but could Bullock actually win?