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Dave Wasserman
U.S. House editor of the nonpartisan Report & contributing writer. Nerd for maps, data & bluegrass
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Sean T at RCP Apr 25
This and piece is well worth your while.
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Scott Bland Apr 19
Cool map from the : all Dem votes vs all GOP votes by precinct
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CookPoliticalReport Apr 19
NEW by : stays in Toss Up as Ossoff and Handel advance to the runoff
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Dave Wasserman Apr 18
This 48% prediction from last week holding up pretty well tonight!
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Dave Wasserman Apr 18
Bet a few Georgia Rs wish they could revisit their 2011 gerrymander and move a few dozen northern DeKalb precincts from to ...
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Dave Wasserman Apr 18
Replying to @snowmanomics @Taniel
Sorry, forgot to note that was my current projection.
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Dave Wasserman Apr 18
Story of : Ossoff (D) won 77% of mail ballots & 62% of in-person absentees. But 3/4 of votes were cast on EDay & GOP won 58% of them.
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Dave Wasserman Apr 18
Replying to @Nate_Cohn
It looks like about 2k of Fulton's mail ballots have been included in the updated count, but there could be 2-3k left to count.
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Dave Wasserman Apr 18
If results tonight are a "victory for the ages" as Ossoff claims, then I hope he means the ages of 30-33. I fall somewhere in there.
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Dave Wasserman Apr 18
These things could be simultaneously true: 1) Dems could strike out in all 3 of 2) All 3 results could be bad for GOP
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Robert Costa Apr 18
Endorsement watch: Newt, once the kingmaker here, saw his candidate defeated. So did Sen. Perdue. And the Club for Growth. And Lewandowski.
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Dave Wasserman Apr 18
There are likely 50k-60k ballots left in Fulton, including 4k-5k mail ballots. Gap between Ossoff & Handel should narrow considerably.
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Dave Wasserman Apr 18
Replying to @Nate_Cohn @conorsen
.by my math, there ought to be about 4.5k mail ballots in Fulton, and Ossoff may win about 75% of them. But probably 50k E-Day ballots left.
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Dave Wasserman Apr 18
Replying to @conorsen @Nate_Cohn
By my math Ossoff won 69% of Cobb's mail ballots and 81% of DeKalb's...but these were very small batches of votes.
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Dave Wasserman Apr 18
Replying to @conorsen @Nate_Cohn
Fulton's mail ballots are not yet counted.
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Dave Wasserman Apr 18
When you add it all up, total GOP vote in could end up 1-2% ahead of total Dem vote, basically same as '16 presidential margin.
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Dave Wasserman Apr 18
Digging into the precinct data during a break in the count, agree w/ others Ossoff (D) on track to end up around 48%.
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Nate Cohn Apr 18
Replying to @Nate_Cohn
Here's the vote counted and our estimate for what's left (Fulton)
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Dave Wasserman Apr 18
Fulton's slow count is adding to the fake drama on CNN. In reality, we've known tonight's outcome for about an hour...oh well.
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Dave Wasserman Apr 18
I can't decide whether it's satisfying or sad that CNN is hyping a House race, for once.
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