Join Elections Daily’s staff as they cover tonight’s House primaries in Virginia, the Republican Senate primary runoff in Alabama, and House primary runoffs in Georgia.
With a fairly drawn congressional map, there are two key house races that Republicans are looking to take on their quest for a majority.
Virginia’s proposed House of Delegates map could lead to massive incumbent turnover in upcoming elections.
Proposed congressional maps from the Virginia special masters are reasonably fair and representative of the Commonwealth.
Glenn Youngkin led a Republican clean sweep in Virginia, as Republicans reclaimed all three statewide offices and the House of Delegates.
Harrison Lavelle explains our shifts in our Senate and Gubernatorial ratings following the gubernatorial races in New Jersey and Virginia.
Glenn Youngkin is favored, but we project a tied House of Delegates and a Democratic hold in the Attorney General and Lt. Governor’s races.
In the event of a tied House of Delegates, a power-sharing agreement would shake up Virginia politics and likely usher in a new Speaker.
Four races shift to the right in the Virginia House of Delegates, moving control of the chamber to a tossup.
Joe Szymanski explains how Glenn Youngkin’s campaign’s improved messaging has resulted in a stronger campaign.