If Dems Don’t Win the House in November, Can They Kiss 2020 Goodbye?

Mid-term elections are volatile. Almost always. They historically display the cantankerousness of the American electorate with pristine clarity. Mid-term elections are like the shiny new Christmas toy that finds itself dunked in an April mud puddle simply because you’ve become bored with it. That’s what happens.

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NPP #6: Old Men With Good Resumes

As a part of a daily series called Non-Political Politics (NPP), Yusoof Monawvil posts daily maps on the obscure, quirky, and unconventional aspects of the United States’ key political institutions—in an undoubtedly non-political manner Light green: none of delegation has experience in House | Green: One of delegation has experience in House | Dark green: […]

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NPP #5: Southern Party-Switchers

As a part of a daily series called Non-Political Politics (NPP), Yusoof Monawvil posts daily maps on the obscure, quirky, and unconventional aspects of the United States’ key political institutions—in an undoubtedly non-political manner Today’s NPP map takes a look at party-switching among Senators.  Blue: consistent party affiliation  |  Mid-purple: one Senator has switched party […]

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Midterm Profile: Sherrod Brown

Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown

This week’s midterm profile takes a look at Ohio’s Senior Senator, Sherrod Brown, the populist Democrat from Mansfield.

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