A runoff in Georgia does not spell doom for Democrats, but instead presents just as many issues for the GOP as it does Democrats.
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.
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.
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.
Democrats plan to seize on Georgia’s changing political landscape. Republicans, meanwhile, are seeking to prove that the 2018 elections were a fluke.
The odds of a Trump victory combined with Democratic wins in the House and Senate might be greater than they appear at first glance.
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.
Let’s take a look towards the future and analyze the 2022 Senate races just for fun. Like all things, something could change with these races depending on what the national mood is like in 2022, but for now, at face value, this is how I rate the seats up for election.
When pundits talk about the 2018 midterms, two dominant storylines often emerge: the Democratic gains in the House of Representatives,…
By running away from the party system, strategic independents can provide real competition and choices to voters in uncompetitive states.