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7 Races in 7 Days: Georgia Governor

With just more than 24 hours until the first polls close in this years Midterm Elections, we do a final check-in on the Georgia Gubernatorial race in today’s 7 Races in 7 Days The State Georgia voters have not cast their votes for a Democrat for President since 1992 or for Governor since 1998.  Both its United States Senators have been Republican since 2004, and its delegation to the US […]

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7 Races in 7 Days: North Dakota Senate

As we get down to the final push to Election Day, today’s #7Races7Days takes us to North Dakota’s Senate race. The State Of all the Republican states currently represented by a Democrat, North Dakota could be considered the most solidly Republican, and the greatest challenge for Democrats in 2018. Aside from Heitkamp’s razor-thin margin in 2012, Democrats have struggled win statewide elections, and the state legislature is solidly Republican, both […]

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7 Races in 7 Days: Florida Governor

Today in 7 Races in 7 Days, we head to Florida for the Governor’s race. The State The political narrative of Florida is nearly a tale of two states.  Famously a key presidential battleground, at the state level, the Sunshine State looks more like a traditional southern Republican stronghold.  With GOP majorities in the State House, State Senate and Congressional Delegation, Democrats winning statewide office should be an uphill climb. […]

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7 Races in 7 Days: Tennessee Senate

In today’s edition of 7 Races in 7 Days, we review the United States Senate race in Tennessee. The State Tennessee is a state that appears to be clearly on a march to the right.  Just ten years ago, there was a Democrat in the Governor’s mansion, an evenly split State Senate, and a State House with a slim Democratic majority.  Today, Republican Bill Haslam is Governor, the State Senate […]

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