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Dave Wasserman
U.S. House editor of the nonpartisan Cook Political Report & player of fiddles/hammered dulcimers/Excel spreadsheets More:
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amy walter Jun 29
Biggest winner in SCOTUS decision - AZ Rep. Sinema (D) whose seat would've gone overwhelming R under new lines
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Carrie Dann Jun 29
More fun with judicial dissents, this one from Roberts. !
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Scott Bland Jun 29
SCOTUS ruling raises prospect of more independent redistricting commission ballot measures b/f 2020 redraw:
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amy walter Jun 23
How much better will R nom. need to run among Latinos in '16 v. '12. Not as much as you think. via
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CookPoliticalReport Jun 23
ICYMI: our state-by-state demographic breakdown of the 2016 electorate via :
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Dave Wasserman Jun 19
New : Even with pro-Dem population changes, demographics no guarantee Dems will hold White House. ($)
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Dave Wasserman Jun 19
New : Latinos were 10% of the '12 electorate, but averaged just 6.9% in the 12 most competitive states.
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Dave Wasserman Jun 19
New : Population changes alone from 2012-2016 would boost Obama's '12 margin of 3.85% to 5.4% in '16
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Dave Wasserman Jun 19
New : White % of electorate may fall from 72% to 70%, Latinos & Asians/Others each up 1%, AA % stable:
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Dave Wasserman Jun 19
New for subscribers: our state-by-state demographic breakdown of the 2016 election. ($)
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Dave Wasserman Jun 12
Under a map like this, Bobby Scott (D-) would keep safe seat & Randy Forbes (R-) would get 52% black seat.
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Dave Wasserman Jun 12
What VA Dems really want is 1 majority black district and another they can win, like this:
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Dave Wasserman Jun 12
Some say VA should have 2 majority black districts. Problem is, it would have to look like this:
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Dave Wasserman Jun 12
New : Virginia's congressional map thrown out by federal judges. What's next? Dems could gain a seat:
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Amy Gardner Jun 9
BREAKING: After 12 years in office, Alexandria Bill Euille succombs in three-way primary challenge.
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Dave Wasserman Jun 9
With 47/53 Arlington precincts in: Cristol (D) 3,878, Dorsey (D) 3,819, Fallon (D) 3,483, Schneider (D) 3,053. Cristol & Dorsey advance.
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Julie Carey Jun 9
: With all precincts in, holds onto slim 312 vote lead in Democratic Mayoral Primary
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Dave Wasserman Jun 9
Looking very likely that Mark Levine (D) will win D nod in 45th HoD district. Leads Craig Fifer (D) 2,352 to 2,093 with 5 precincts left.
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Dave Wasserman Jun 9
Of course, but it's more fun to think of it that way... :)
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Dave Wasserman Jun 9
Only one precinct in Alexandria's West End (William Ramsay) & absentees remain. Can Mayor Euille (D) overcome his current 196 vote deficit?
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