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Dave Wasserman
U.S. House editor of the nonpartisan Cook Political Report & player of fiddles/Scrabble/Excel spreadsheets More:
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Dave Wasserman 23h
Wanna talk what's going on down-ballot in 2016? I'll be joining on NPR's at 10am:
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Jonathan Martin Aug 28
What do Yoder, Comstock, Issa, Dold, Garrett have in common? Districts where 40pct+ of voters have college degrees
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Tim Miller Aug 27
This is the digital equivalent of passing out yard signs at a funeral. Emotional intelligence here is less than 0
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Dave Wasserman Aug 26
Did you know? Alt-right is 75th most popular site in U.S., ahead of Hulu, Macy's, Expedia
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Dave Wasserman Aug 26
Yeah but to unskew this poll, you'd need to take into account all the FL voters registered at unoccupied homes.
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Dave Wasserman Aug 26
If I had to pick the most bizarre House race of 2016, I'd say three-way tie between , and ($)
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Dave Wasserman Aug 26
Wanna know who's coming to Congress in 2017? Follow these 48 open seats. ($)
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Dave Wasserman Aug 26
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Dave Wasserman Aug 26
New at : our latest rundowns of the state of play in all 48 open & vacant House districts. ($)
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Dave Wasserman Aug 25
Still can't believe the Republican Party, up against such a weak candidate, opened themselves up to this in 2016.
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Dave Wasserman Aug 25
Nevada: about 68k more eligible Latino, 33k more Asian & 20k more Af-Am voters than in '12. How many can Clinton register/turn out?
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Dave Wasserman Aug 24
Here's why most "new" GOP registrants probably aren't new to voting for GOP nominees:
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Dave Wasserman Aug 24
[new article] Republicans' Voter Registration Gains Probably Aren't Gains At All
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Dave Wasserman Aug 24
In North Carolina, Residents See Red Over Rightward Shift | US News
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Dave Wasserman Aug 23
What Are the Chances That Democrats Retake the House? via (w/ good use of PVI data)
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Dave Wasserman Aug 22
Georgia: between Nov. 2012 and Aug. 2016, the non-Hispanic white share of active registered voters fell from 59.2% to 57.8%.
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Sahil Kapur Aug 22
Could this be the result of Clinton and her allies vastly outspending Trump on ads in key states?
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Dave Wasserman Aug 22
North Carolina: since Trump launch 6/14/15, Hispanic voter registration has increased 22%, vs. 5% for all other voters.
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Dave Wasserman Aug 22
In NC, Dems' voter reg advantage has shrunk 2% vs. this point in '12. BUT, non-whites have accounted for 79% of net registration growth.
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Dave Wasserman Aug 22
The geography of switching could be good indicator of where Clinton likeliest to lose ground vs. Obama (Wilkes-Barre, Johnstown, etc.) (2/2)
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