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The DDHQ newsletter is back! If you aren't signed up, go to our website now and register. You'll get our newsletter (every Wednesday but we'll be expanding soon), access to our race results, and more for free stuff.
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Decision Desk HQ Mar 22
Why Donald Trump Is Heading To Western Michigan Next Week (It’s Not About His Base)
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Drew Savicki Mar 21
In the 2018 Massachusetts gubernatorial election, Governor Charlie Baker won an astounding 137/160 State House districts. At the time of the election, Republicans held just 35 seats in the House. Baker won 102 Democratic held districts.
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Decision Desk HQ Mar 21
A Critical State Senate Special Election is Coming in Pennsylvania by
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J. Miles Coleman Mar 20
Logan County, in southern WV, is a good example of how mining areas are getting redder in federal races. It was Joe Manchin's best county in 2012; he won it 3:1 then, but lost it last year. For Congress (), Richard Ojeda (D) was from there but took <40%.
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Matthew Isbell Mar 20
Article: Jacksonville Democrats didn't run a candidate for Mayor, and it resulted in lopsided GOP turnout that tanked several down-ballot democrats. Efforts to gain offices failed, they lose one seat, and a few critical runoffs are in May
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Decision Desk HQ Mar 20
A quick recap of yesterday's elections
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Decision Desk HQ Mar 19
Several states have changed from caucuses to primaries, with others still considering a switch. Nevada is sticking with a caucus but with some changes from 2016.
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Decision Desk HQ Mar 19
We asked which House race could turn heads in 2020. His pick?
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J. Miles Coleman Mar 19
Here's Texas showing the change from Bush/Kerry 2004 to Cruz/O'Rourke 2018. Between the elections, there was a 20% swing to the Democrats. O'Rourke performed worse than Kerry in 169 of 254 counties, though he improved by >35% in Collin, El Paso, & Travis counties.
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Decision Desk HQ Mar 18
Our own continues his review of the 2018 Michigan contests today, with a look at Senator Stabenow's closest re-election to date
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Decision Desk HQ Mar 18
Our own continues his review of the 2018 Michigan contests today, with a look at Senator Stabenow's closest re-election to date
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Decision Desk HQ Mar 15
Net Favorability Changes in Presidential Elections
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Matthew Isbell Mar 14
Longtime Indiana Senator Birch Bayh passed away today. In addition to his work on the 25th and 26th amendment, he and Congressman Celler worked on an amendment to eliminate the electoral college. It passed the house but got no Senate vote.
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J. Miles Coleman Mar 14
Today, former Indiana Senator Birch Bayh (D) passed away at 91. A progressive from a red state, he wrote Amendments 25 & 26, as well as Title IX. Before his defeat in the 1980 Reagan wave, Bayh was a master at winning close races in Indiana; he won three from 1962 to 1974.
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Decision Desk HQ Mar 14
The 2018 Texas Senate Results And ’s Chances In 2020.
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Decision Desk HQ Mar 14
We've added to our Twitter list of presidential candidates. He's the 16th overall member and the 14th seeking the Democratic nomination. You can follow all the candidates in one place here:
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Decision Desk HQ Mar 14
What The 2018 Texas Senate Results May Tell Us About Beto O’Rourke's Chances In 2020 by .
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Decision Desk HQ Mar 13
A look at upcoming U.S. House special elections:
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