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There’s a New Electoral Map in Town
Post-midterms, Democrats are looking over the new contours of the presidential map as they figure out where to take on Trump in 2020.
Republicans Hold the Senate: All the Key Results
Republicans increased their Senate majority by three net seats, with one race – which is leaning towards them – unresolved.
Most ‘Trump Ten’ Democratic Senators Doing Better Than Trump in Their States
The president isn’t nearly as strong as he was in 2016 in many states where Democratic senators are running for reelection this year.
Favorites Win Nearly Everywhere on First Big Primary Night of 2018
With the exception of a GOP House member losing in North Carolina, upsets were few and far between in a four-state primary night.
Vulnerable Democratic Senators Mostly Above Water; a Wave Could Keep Them There
Approval ratio numbers for senators show a predictable erosion of support for Democrats running in red states. But they’re hanging in there.
There’s a Long List of Dems Trump Should Fear in 2020. Biden Isn’t One of Them.
The White House supposedly has no fear of any potential 2020 opponent other than Joe Biden. It needs to fear its president’s own limitations.
2018 Senate Landscape Is Stable, With ‘Trump Ten’ Democrats Holding Their Own
Senatorial approval ratings are slipping slowly, but so are Donald Trump’s.
Things Are Looking Up for Democratic Senators in Trump Country
Six Senate Democrats running for reelection in states easily carried by Trump last year are benefitting from strong popularity and GOP fecklessness.
Maybe Senate Democrats Aren’t in
Bad Shape for 2018
With a horrific electoral landscape, it was thought Democrats would lose Senate seats even if they did well in the House. But things are looking up.
Picking Elizabeth Warren As Veep Probably Wouldn’t Cost Democrats a Senate Seat
Contra Harry Reid.
Did OH Senate Candidate Cop a Southern Accent?
It seems unlikely.
Columnist Accused of Being Too Cozy With Own Husband
This Is the President Obama Everyone Should Get Used To
Why Obama’s compromise with the
on the Bush tax cuts should be no surprise.
Talk Box: Despite Obama, Both Parties Promising Not to Flinch on Tax Cuts, Unemployment Benefits
John McCain considers a two-year extension of all Bush tax cuts the Republicans’ “fallback position.”