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The economy and demographic shift impacted the 2018 midterm election and will do so again in 2020

In the lead up to Election Day, Republicans publicly and privately wished that the booming economy would blunt the impact of enthusiasm among Democrats. This would simultaneously negate the shift in the demographics of the electorate. Now, eight days after voters went to the polls, it is clear that Democrats rode a blue wave to major victories at every level. …

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2018 midterms by the numbers

The 2018 midterm election was historic on many levels, as Democrats won the majority in the House of Representatives, as well as picked up seven governor’s mansions, over 300 state legislative seats, as well as won many hyper-local races throughout the country. While Republicans gained at least two seats in the United States Senate and arguably ended the rural Democratic …

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Reading the 2018 Midterm tea leaves

With hours until the polls open on Election Day, there are plenty of interesting data points on both the size of the electorate, as well as what it is thinking. They all combine to suggest that we will be in for a wild Election Night that will thrill one side of the aisle and cause the other to tear its …

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