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Gubernatorial Election Preview: Arkansas and Iowa

Arkansas Primary Election: May 22, 2018 General Election: November 6, 2018 Incumbent Republican Governor Asa Hutchinson will seek a second term in office during the 2018 election. Prior to his election as governor in 2014, Hutchinson previously served as a U.S. Attorney, Member of Congress, and Drug Enforcement Agency Administrator under President George W. Bush. Hutchinson now enjoys favorable poll numbers which has kept most primary opponents away. The Arkansas Poll, commissioned […]

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2018 Gubernatorial Preview: the Midwest

Texas Primary Election: March 6th, 2018 General Election: November 6th, 2018 Voters in the Lone Star state will have many decisions to make in 2018: a U.S. Senate seat, 36 U.S. House seats, executive row positions, and the governor’s seat are all up for grabs.   Republican Governor Greg Abbott is running for a second term with a 58 percent approval rating, according to Morning Consult. He previously served as an […]

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2018 Gubernatorial Preview- West Coast States

In less than a year, voters in 36 states will decide on their respective governors during the 2018 midterm elections. Many of these contests have already become competitive with a host of Republican and Democratic nominees announcing their candidacy. This month, we’re looking at races and key players out west in Arizona, California, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, and Oregon. Throughout 2018, DMGS will be looking at gubernatorial races across the U.S. with […]

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Update: Regulating Airbnb

With the help of mobile applications, the sharing economy has reshaped the experience of both the consumer and the operator in a variety of industries. This disruption is most evident in the hotel and lodging industry where Airbnb has emerged as a chief competitor to traditional hotels. As a result, city and state governments have tried to strike a delicate balance that allows residents to use Airbnb without infringing upon […]

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