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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 12h
A good day for . Kline retirement moves MN-02 to Toss-Up via
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Dave Wasserman 13h
What's more, Dems already have two impressive candidates running in , Rs will need to play catch up: ($)
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Dave Wasserman 13h
New : after Kline retirement in , there are now 14 GOP seats in Toss Up or worse (4 for Dems).
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Dave Wasserman 14h
Breaking: Rep. John Kline (R) to retire in 2016. moving rating from Likely Republican to Toss Up.
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Dave Wasserman Sep 1
In other words, if asked to predict which of KY's 120 counties would host this type of standoff, Rowan wouldn't have been my 1st guess.
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Dave Wasserman Sep 1
Two facts that surprise many: 1) Clerk Kim Davis is a Democrat & 2) Rowan Co., KY voted for Obama in 2008:
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Dave Wasserman Aug 28
We count as a seat where Dems have multiple top-tier challengers. not so much, yet.
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Dave Wasserman Aug 28
New : What's more, of 14 districts where Ds have top-tier challengers, they have tough primaries in 9.
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Dave Wasserman Aug 28
New : of the 50 most Dem districts held by Rs, Dems have top-tier challengers in just 14 so far. ($)
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Dave Wasserman Aug 28
New : our latest analysis of competitive House races is available to subscribers ($)
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Dave Wasserman Aug 28
New : Check out our latest 2016 House ratings . 13 Toss Ups (10R, 3 D)
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Dave Wasserman Aug 5
Granted, this is just one proposal & many hearings will be held before new map is finalized. Hat tip to for flagging.
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Dave Wasserman Aug 5
Breaking: FL Legis. staff proposes new map that would likely flip Graham (D), Webster (R), (R)
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Dave Wasserman Jul 29
Late to this, but very good analysis of the likely 2014/2016 Electorate's White Decline by
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Dave Wasserman Jul 29
Unfortunately for Dems, 2/3 of congressional/state leg seats are in suburban/rural America, and they're losing both:
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Dave Wasserman Jul 29
New dataviz : The Widening Urban-Nonurban Gap, 1988-2012:
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Dave Wasserman Jul 29
In 1992, Bill Clinton took 59% in Urban America & 51% in Rural. In 2012, Obama took 64% in Urban & 44% Rural:
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Dave Wasserman Jul 29
This is 1st decade in postwar era that Urban counties have led Suburban/Rurals in growth. What it means for politics:
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Roll Call Jul 29
Are you a redistricting nerd? Don't miss 's story on the Software that Draws the Political Landscape:
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Dave Wasserman Jul 29
New article : "Urban Resurgence Is A Double-Edged Sword for Democrats"
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