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?
Readers can consider this the inaugural edition of the Grab Bag, a set of articles focusing on recent electoral news and events. The goal of this Bag is to educate readers on the lesser stories of 2019 and 2020 while … Continue reading Grab Bag: Conservative Upset In Wisconsin, Republicans Continue To Suffer In The Suburbs and Trump and Hispanics, Really?
A new Reuters/Ipsos survey finds the President’s approval rating sitting at 41 percent. On the one hand, that is about Trump’s average approval but when combined with other surveys showing the President’s approval rising it seems to indicate as November looms closer, closet Republicans are coming home and the booming economy is benefiting the governing party. But, it is not just Republicans who might be coming home. The same Ipsos survey found support for Congressional Republicans is increasing while support for Democratic candidates has dipped among the ever crucial Millennial voting block. Partly, this is due to white Millennials now … Continue reading Trump’s Rising Approval Might Benefit Vulnerable Suburban Republicans
This is it, it all comes down to the returns tonight in a small, suburban, highly educated district in Georgia. Outside spending has poured into the district to the tune of over $50 million (most expensive House race in US … Continue reading What To Look For in GA-6 Tonight
Amid the Democrats distraught and Republicans joy over the election is a hidden message that whispers, “Adapt or die.” Donald Trump’s election may have represented a tectonic shift in the politics of the nation, eliminating long-time political topography, but both … Continue reading Both Republicans and Democrats Face Difficult Choices Ahead