2018 Midterms: Will There Be a Blue Wave?

Headline Roundup September 12th, 2018

A recent poll from NPR/Marist finds that Democrats are 12 points ahead when respondents were asked which party they are likely to vote for in the 2018 midterms. Many on the Right say that the hype is overblown, citing many races where the Republican candidates are ahead of their challengers.

2018 Midterms: Will There Be a Blue Wave?

From the Center

In a troubling sign for Republicans less than two months before November's elections, Democrats' advantage on the question of which party Americans are more likely to vote for in November is ballooning, according to a new NPR/Marist poll.

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From the Left

All the fundamentals are pointing to a Democratic tsunami rumbling offshore, even if we’re being too careful about saying it. As with most elements of Trump’s presidency, the most

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From the Right

Making the click-through worthwhile: Why you shouldn’t quite buy the hype about the Democrats winning control of the Senate this November, NBC finds a convenient scapegoat for #MeToo concerns, and a bit of intrigue about a disputed recount in Massachusetts.

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