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Apr 22 2022
Thirty-six governors’ races. Redistricting. A tied United States Senate and nearly even House of Representatives. Dozens of new state laws revamping how we'll cast our ballots and how they will be counted. A pandemic and economy that repeatedly defy predictions and confound our lives. Americans will have to contend with this complex set of factors as the all-important 2022 midterm electionAARP
Jan 01 2022
This is the last Morning Jolt of 2021. I’ll see you January 3. Let’s close out the year by looking at what 2021 brought us and what 2022 is likely to bring. I think the one word that will most succinctly summarize 2022 is “reckoning.”
I can’t predict specifically what’s going to happen in 2022. But I think I can predict the general theme of the coming year: a reckoning, in the sense ofNational Review
Sep 26 2022
Pollsters know they have a problem. But they aren’t sure they’ve fixed it in time for the November election.
Since Donald Trump’s unexpected 2016 victory, pre-election polls have consistently understated support for Republican candidates, compared to the votes ultimately cast.
Once again, polls over the past two months are showing Democrats running stronger than once expected inPolitico
Sep 13 2022
Will Democrats maintain Senate control in the 2022 midterm elections? Or will Republicans win enough seats to establish a majority?
Pollsters across the spectrum expect a close fight for the Senate. RealClearPolitics (Center bias) predicts each party to hold at least 46 seats after the midterms, with eight races as toss-ups. Fox News's (Right bias) Power Rankings expect Republicans toNational Review MarketWatch CNN (Online News)
Jun 26 2022
With the Supreme Court officially reversing Roe v Wade, some analysts are predicting that the move could have a notable impact on the 2022 elections.
State officials are now in the position to institute abortion restrictions into law in the wake of the Supreme Court ruling. While the abortion stances of most states are clear, some voices across the spectrum are suggesting there are aFinancial Times Townhall The New Yorker
Apr 12 2022
How will record-high inflation affect the 2022 elections? What should be done to combat rising prices?
Consumer prices set yet another 40-year record for annual inflation in March, according to a Tuesday report. Rising prices were bolstered by a 22% monthly (70% year-over-year) increase in fuel oil prices driven by sanctions on Russian oil. Meanwhile, unemployment is approaching pre-CNN (Opinion) New York Times (Opinion) Washington Examiner
Sep 20 2022
Anna Paulina Luna is ready for people to get to know the “new GOP.”
Luna, 33, is an Air Force veteran, political activist, and likely future Congress member representing Florida’s 13th District, a seat that got safer for Republicans in the latest round of redistricting. She’s also a granddaughter of Mexican immigrants and one of a record 43 Republican Latina candidates who ran for HouseVox
May 03 2022
Former President Donald Trump may have been speaking for a lot of Ohio voters on Sunday when he twice botched the name of the candidate he’s endorsed for Senate there.
That’s because it’s been hard to keep all the characters — and drama — straight as the crowded, ugly race to replace retiring Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio) has raged for more than a year, filled with brutal attack ads,Politico
Jun 16 2022
“Republican Mayra Flores prevailed Tuesday in a special election for an open congressional seat in South Texas, marking a major breakthrough for Republicans eager to blaze new inroads in the historically blue region.” (Texas Tribune)
Also on Tuesday, primary elections were held in Maine, Nevada, North Dakota, and South Carolina. Ballotpedia
Many on both sides agree that theThe Flip Side