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Chris Luongo🗳️ 19h
Here are the 2015 to 2018 Governor elections. Democrats won 23 states, Republicans won 27.
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Charles Franklin 20h
Here is Wisconsin county turnout for Gov as a percentage of registered voters as of 11/1/2018. High, even for Wisconsin which is normally near top of US. Range 65.5 to 87.1, mean 79.8, median 80.4.
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J. Miles Coleman 17h
Pennsylvania's 8th district, in northeastern PA, is heavily blue collar, and contains Vice President Biden's hometown, Scranton. Traditionally very Democratic, Trump carried it by 10% in 2016. Rep. Matt Cartwright (D) still won there by about 9% this month.
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Matthew Isbell 🦃 21h
Democrats picked up another seat in the North Carolina Supreme Court when Anita Earls defeated Incumbent Barbara Jackson. The NCGOP eliminated primaries, hoping many democrats would file & split the left vote. They didn't count on one Dem filing and two GOP filing. Karma.
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Decision Desk HQ Nov 16
Replying to @CSanderson1217
Bourdeaux (D) is going to request a recount once the state certifies for Woodall (R).
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Decision Desk HQ Nov 16
DDHQ projects Gil Cisneros the winner of . Orange County CA will have an all-Democratic Congressional representation in 2019.
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Drew Savicki Nov 16
Massachusetts voters love to split their tickets and this year was certainly no exception. As Elizabeth Warren was easily reelected, voters overwhelmingly reelected their popular moderate Republican Governor - Charlie Baker. 211 towns voted for both.
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Decision Desk HQ Nov 16
Congrats to our former Hanover reporter and contributor, !
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Decision Desk HQ Nov 16
—> Kemp
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Greg Bluestein Nov 16
Abrams ends run for governor against Kemp, but won’t concede
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Decision Desk HQ Nov 16
A total of five contests remain undecided and a sixth goes to a runoff in eleven days. Here's where each one of them stand right now.
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Decision Desk HQ Nov 16
We are hiring in Mississippi for the upcoming U.S. Senate runoff. If you reside in the state (or just across the border), have a smartphone, and can guarantee your availability on 11/27, DM or email us for details on joining our election night team!
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Matthew Isbell 🦃 Nov 16
With Broward done counting, it looks like a vast majority of the undervotes were indeed blank. This points to ballot design as the culprit. If you are joining us late and have no idea what we are talking about - this article below sums the issue up
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Decision Desk HQ Nov 15
Jared Golden is the apparent winner of the RCV per the
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Matt Hodges Nov 15
The RCV tabulation is being live streamed here: They're doing this all in Excel on a projector.
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J. Miles Coleman Nov 15
Here's Amy Klobuchar's result this year compared to Al Franken's in 2014. Klobuchar won 60/36, up from Franken's 53/43. Most of her gains were around the Twin Cities (as well as Rochester & Mankato), while Franken did better in much of the north.
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Matthew Isbell 🦃 Nov 14
Collecting all the US Senate data for the 2012 and 2018 results by county. Not done yet.
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Decision Desk HQ Nov 14
Update in : the latest batch of absentees from Salt Lake County break slightly for Love, McAdams’ lead shrinks
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MaineSOS Nov 14
No tabulation today. 26 towns to go...
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Michael Shepherd Nov 14
Now, himself breezes through the State House bureau and says it's "more likely than not" that the count will come today.
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