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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)
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Aug 24 2022
On Tuesday, voters in New York and Florida went to the polls to cast their ballots in primary elections there.
In New York, Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D) soundly defeated Rep. Carolyn Maloney, winning 56% of the vote to Maloney's 24%, after an unusually contentious campaign in the 12th Congressional District of Manhattan. Nadler, who is the House Judiciary Committee Chair, decided to vacateNew York Daily News Florida Politics New York Post (News)
Sep 16 2022
Republicans have been grappling with how to handle the politics of abortion — an energizing issue for Democrats — ahead of the November general elections.
When Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) proposed a national 15-week abortion ban, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell — a longtime proponent of similar bans — instead asserted that the issue should be left to states. While someWashington Post Fox News (Online News) The Hill
Mar 10 2022
According to a new poll, Republicans running for governor and U.S. Senate in Florida are dramatically leading their potential Democratic opponents in the upcoming midterm elections.
Specifically, Governor Ron DeSantis leads both notable Democrats that are running to challenge him for his position.
Based on the survey, conducted by the University of North Florida, the incumbentThe Florida Capital Star
Apr 22 2022
While the 2022 General Election is still more than six months away, Republican incumbents remain heavy favorites in a leading prediction market.
Both Gov. Ron DeSantis and U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio have commanding leads over Democratic counterparts on the PredictIt platform. These advantages have expanded over time and show no immediate indication of reversal.
The Senate market doesFlorida Politics
Sep 16 2022
Democrat Val Demings, once an underdog in the Florida race for the U.S. Senate, is closing in on incumbent Sen. Marco Rubio, putting into play a seat that Republicans once considered relatively safe as they battle for the majority.
Polls put Mrs. Demings, who represents the state’s 10th Congressional District, within 3 percentage points of Mr. Rubio, a Republican running for a thirdWashington Times
Jun 22 2022
In the opening salvos of their campaign, Republican Marco Rubio and Democrat Rep. Val Demings zero in on crime as a central issue of this year’s U.S. Senate race.
It’s not unusual that candidates try to out-tough each other on law and order. Voters are rightly worried about public safety, their fears amplified by a steady stream of news stories about muggings and murders. And thisTallahassee Democrat
Jun 03 2022
Florida is one of the five states expected to make up one-third of the country's total political spending.
A new projection report from AdImpact predicts Florida will have the most political ad spending at $593 million for the 2022 election cycle, barely edging out California’s projected $592 million spend.
The report projects total ad spending across the U.S. to near $9 billionFlorida Politics
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