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Decision Desk HQ 19h
Our full coverage of begins Tuesday at 8pm ET, coinciding with the close of polls.
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Jacob Smith Dec 9
"You see madam Prime Minister, there's this thing called crucial Waukesha County..."
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Decision Desk HQ Dec 8
From our contributors & : Comparing the VA Governor result to the House of Delagates result. Ralph Northam carried 24 districts that were held by Republican legislators, going into the election.
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Mark Blumenthal Dec 8
We did a poll on Alabama senate, but differences in likely vote methods make for everything from +8 Jones to +9 Moore
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Charles "Chaz" Wallace Nuttycombe, III Dec 8
Northam / Uncontested Dem: 28 Northam / Dem Hold: 6 Northam / Dem Flip: 15 Northam / GOP Hold: 8 Northam / Uncontested GOP: 1 Gillespie / GOP Hold: 31 Gillespie / Uncontested GOP: 11
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Decision Desk HQ Dec 8
Our weekly look at the U.S. House, by , is now up
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J. Miles Coleman Dec 8
Rep. Trent Franks (R) resigning gives a special election to cover! Trump carried his (north Phoenix area) by 21%, but did worse than Romney. McCain won it with 61%, even Joe Arpaio carried it by 5% while losing by 13%.
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Decision Desk HQ Dec 7
Chop chop, Miles.
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J. Miles Coleman Dec 6
What a 312-vote race looks like in Minnesota. Al Franken's 2008 win over Norm Coleman.
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J. Miles Coleman Oct 12
for Tennessee politics: Lots of news recently, and I've received a few requests for Phil Bredesen's 2006 map -->
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J. Miles Coleman Dec 5
precinct loyalty from the initial election to runoff. Norwood won over more of Woolard's precincts. Bottoms held all but one of hers, and took a handful of Woolard's. Gray precincts either had ties or were empty.
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Matthew Isbell Dec 5
The runoff along with racial makeup of primary candidates and the primary results. Strong racial correlation in both rounds of voting. The city's North/South ethnic and cultural divide plays out in its politics.
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J. Miles Coleman Dec 5
TFW the margin map and the swing map are the same.
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J. Miles Coleman Dec 5
Huh, Conyers leaving? Anyone have maps of his distri...
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J. Miles Coleman Dec 4
Neat Minnesota map comparison: 2016 President vs the 2012 Same-Sex Marriage ban vote, by State House district. Of the 134 seats, 16 voted against the ban in 2012 but went to Trump last year. Two seats, 11A & 40A, were anti-SSM but went HRC.
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J. Miles Coleman Dec 4
Biggest election of the week is tomorrow night, for Atlanta Mayor. is a nonpartisan runoff between Keisha Lance Bottoms (blue) & Mary Norwood (green). Bottoms was up 5% in the initial election, but polls have been close.
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Decision Desk HQ Dec 4
We are in need of one additional on-site reporter in Dothan/Ozark AL. For details on training, pay, and work, please email us today.
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J. Miles Coleman Dec 4
Best-performing statewide candidates by precinct. DEM: Northam (GOV- blue), Fairfax (LG- green), Herring (AG- red) GOP: Gillespie (GOV- blue), Vogel (LG- green), Adams (AG- red)
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J. Miles Coleman Dec 2
The now-open 's vote in the 2016 Pres. primaries. Sanders' (green) strength in southeastern Oakland County won it for him. Kasich (blue) did well in wealthier parts of Oakland, Trump (orange) just dominated in Macomb.
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ProudNewEnglander Dec 2
New article! I analyze 's 2012 AL Supreme Court election in Jefferson County, compare it to the 2012 presidential election, and explain where will need to do well in order to win. Naturally, lots of maps are included.
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