The last two weeks of news have not proven to be kind to House Democrats political future. It didn’t look that way to start. Earlier last week, the Census Bureau released revised population figures likely to be used (once finalized) … Continue reading Democratic Prospects of Holding The House in 22′ Keep Getting Dimmer
In a previous piece I laid out the major reasons why Republicans should be thrilled Senate control will be decided in Georgia, and not say Wisconsin. Since that time, a number of pieces have come out arguing the GOP should … Continue reading The Big Reason Why Democrats Face An Uphill Battle In Georgia
More likely than not, Senate control will not be decided until January 5th, when a pair of run-offs in Georgia will determine the fate of Mitch McConnell, Chuck Schumer and Joe Biden. This is good news for the GOP despite … Continue reading Georgia: Where The Senate Will Be Won Which Is Good News For The GOP
In 2016, Republican bleeding in the suburbs was bad. But, last year, the floodgates burst and historically red districts nestled in suburbs as geographically diverse to be in TX, OK, and SC turned blue. While North Carolina’s suburbs turned a … Continue reading Has Republican Bleeding In The Suburbs Stopped?
Democrats in Texas on Tuesday were supposed to be celebrating. Not fretting. But fretting they are now that a Democratic state senate district which supported Clinton by 12 points and has not had a Republican represent it since Reconstruction flipped … Continue reading Democrats Hope For A Wave Fueled By Hispanic Turnout Died In Texas Tuesday
Democrats excited about Virginia became ecstatic last week when it became clear they had a shot at flipping Jeff Session’s open Senate seat. Former twice Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore won the GOP primary to square off against Democrat … Continue reading Can Republicans Survive Roy Moore?
On Tuesday, the long awaited primary election for Tom Price’s suburban Atlanta district was held. As expected, Democratic young gun Jon Ossoff advanced to the run-off. Also, as expected, Karen Handel advanced to face him. There were two things of … Continue reading My Take on GA-6
Tomorrow, Republicans and Democrats will turn out to elect current HHS Secretary Tom Price’s successor in Congress. The 6th district of Georgia, which takes in parts of DeKalb, Fulton and Cobb counties, is based in the most affluent suburbs north … Continue reading What To Expect From GA-6’s Special Election Tomorrow
Democrats, eager for months for send a message to Donald Trump get their shot this month. Tom Price’s old Congressional District GA-6, is set to hold a special election on April 18th. Georgia was a fairly competitive state last year. … Continue reading How Realistic Are Democratic Chances in GA-6?