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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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EMILY's List Feb 26
Panel Alert: Talking about Redistricting is , , , , and !
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Dave Wasserman Jan 29
Thanks!
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Dave Wasserman Jan 29
Nice paper. RT Check out this APSR paper about leapfrog representation re your swing district pt.
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Dave Wasserman Jan 29
Thanks!
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Dave Wasserman Jan 29
NEW: my latest : Did Yakima, WA just find a cure for the yakking in Washington, DC?
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Dave Wasserman Jan 14
How did Joe Morrissey win from jail? Voters there listen to Doc Edloe not Petula Dvorak
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Dave Wasserman Dec 19
New: Don't miss the Report's year-end list of 40 Interesting Facts About the 2014 Election
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amy walter Dec 12
2016 House ratings are out and finds just 24 competitive seats - fewest in memory
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Dave Wasserman Dec 5
By my math, Democrats would have needed to win 9.73% more votes than Republicans just to break even in the House this year.
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Dave Wasserman Dec 5
Dems would need to pick up 30 GOP seats to take back House in 2016. But only 23 Rs took <55% in 2014:
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Dave Wasserman Dec 5
More astonishing than the House GOP's historic majority? Only 16 of their 247 members (6%) won by less than 10%: ($)
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Dave Wasserman Dec 5
FWIW, Sean Eldridge (D) underperformed a "generic" Dem in by 15.7%, the worst in any contested race this year:
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Dave Wasserman Dec 5
When's the last time a married couple has run a congressional campaign & a magazine with unlimited $ into the ground in the same year?
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Dave Wasserman Dec 5
Excellent article by . Time to ignore dangerously pseudoscientific charlatans like .
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amy walter Dec 5
A great look at the over & under achievers of House in '14 by via
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Dave Wasserman Dec 5
Why Democrats' losses at the state level are a more profound problem than the loss of the Senate. by
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Dave Wasserman Dec 5
By our math, the most impressive '14 R campaigns were by Gibson, Stefanik, Katko & Dold:
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Dave Wasserman Dec 5
By our math, the most impressive '14 Dem campaigns were Murphy, Peterson, Ashford & Graham:
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Dave Wasserman Dec 5
Who were the "Over-Performers" vs. "Under-Achievers" in this year's House races? Check it out here:
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Dave Wasserman Dec 5
New article: Is there a way to quantify the best & worst House campaigns of 2014? Here's our try:
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