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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)
Nov 13 2022
Some states are still counting votes and control of Congress isn't fully settled, but many competitive Senate, House, and governor races have already been called.
Senate Race Projections: Democract incumbent Sens. Mark Kelly (AZ) and Catherine Cortez Masto (NV) are projected to beat their Republican challengers, keeping the Senate in Democratic hands. Lt. Gov. John Fetterman (D) beatNewsweek Associated Press Fox News (Online News)
Nov 08 2022
It’s likely that we won’t know the final results of every state and local election on Election Day.
For Context: In 2020, a rise in the use of mail-in ballots — which many states bar election officials from counting before Election Day — led to delays in official election results. This created a “mirage” effect, where some candidates appeared to gain a lead after Election Day as mail-inNPR (Online News) FiveThirtyEight Washington Examiner
Nov 09 2022
Ticket-splitting played a key role in the 2022 elections, particularly in Georgia and Pennsylvania.
For Context: In Georgia, Gov. Brian Kemp (R) is projected to win by a nearly 10-point margin, but the Senate race there is too close to call, and a run-off is expected between Herschel Walker (R) and Raphael Warnock (D) since neither has received the 50% margin required. In Pennsylvania,Vox Christian Science Monitor Washington Examiner
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
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
Nov 07 2022
When are we going to know the results of the midterms? In 2020, due to slow vote counting in many states, it took days — until Saturday, Nov. 7 — for ABC News to declare Joe Biden the president-elect. We likely won’t have to wait that long this year, but it is again possible that we won’t know the winners of the 2022 election on election night. States like Arizona, Nevada and Pennsylvania thatFiveThirtyEight
Nov 08 2022
It’s Election Day once again in the U.S. As millions of Americans head to the polls, here are eight races to watch throughout the day.
1. Michigan Governor Race: Gov. Gretchen Whitmer vs. Tudor Dixon
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, a Democrat, is facing Republican challenger Tudor Dixon in Tuesday’s gubernatorial election.
Whitmer won the governorship in 2018 afterThe Daily Signal
Nov 10 2022
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Congress will look a lot different when the final results from the 2022 midterm elections are tallied, but the expected "red wave" of Republican success amid frustration with inflation and President Joe BidenAllSides Staff