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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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Dave Wasserman 11 Apr
My full write-up of our interview with : "A Long-Shot, But Impresses Nonetheless" ($)
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Dave Wasserman 09 Apr
Just interviewed for an hr at . Actually, he showed more policy depth than 4/5 of state legislators I've met.
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CookPoliticalReport 08 Apr
has coded 50,000 campaign ads in the last 10 yrs. Here it is, in 1 infographic:
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Dave Wasserman 03 Apr
Couldn't agree more with this reality check on GOP women running for Congress:
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FiveThirtyEight 02 Apr
"Super Zips" helped vault Terry McAuliffe () into office. Democrats can't count on such areas in 2014.
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Dave Wasserman 02 Apr
How "Super Zips" saved McAuliffe: Cuccinelli outperformed Romney statewide, but tanked in very richest precincts:
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Dave Wasserman 02 Apr
McAuliffe (D) won last fall bc Cuccinelli (R) badly alienated $100k+ voters. Other Dems can't count on same.
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Dave Wasserman 02 Apr
Check out my 1st deep data dive for : "Rich Democrats Can't Save Democrats This November:"
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John Harwood 31 Mar
why is Dem mid-term turnout problem worse? low-voting groups (non-white/young/single women) bigger part of coalition.
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John Harwood 31 Mar
2010 turnout D allies: blacks 43%/Hisp 31%/18-24 21%/single women 38%; R allies: white 48%/65+ 61%/married women 54%.
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Dave Wasserman 31 Mar
Good breakdown of Dems' midterm problems "Democrats Scramble to Stave Off Midterm Disaster"
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Dave Wasserman 31 Mar
For now, Rep. Dave Camp (R) retirement doesn't change Solid GOP rating in . It's an R+5 CD in a tough year for Dems.
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Dave Wasserman 28 Mar
GOP Rep. Mike Rogers retirement moves from Solid R to Lean R in ratings. In neutral year, might be a Toss Up. Not 2014.
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CookPoliticalReport 28 Mar
Spend early, and outspend while you're at it. The AFP handbook for midterm success, latest from
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Dave Wasserman 26 Mar
If anything, we may see a small uptick in number of GOP women in House after '14. Consider , , , , possibilities.
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Dave Wasserman 26 Mar
According to , # of GOP women cands has dropped 108 to 74 from '12 to '14. But not even half of state filing deadlines have passed.
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Dave Wasserman 26 Mar
I have some problems w/ this article "Number of GOP Women Running For Congress Has Dropped Dramatically"
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Dave Wasserman 21 Mar
Must read article by & "City vs. Country: How Where We Live Deepens Nation's Political Divide"
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Dave Wasserman 19 Mar
True. I think GOP Gov race explains most, but prob not all, of gap RT Davis was biggest spender among all the house candidates
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Dave Wasserman 19 Mar
To be sure, contested GOP gov race had a lot to do with gap in , but there was some $ spent on Callis/Gollin race too.
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