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Recent Election Campaign News Posts

Recent Election Campaign News Posts

 

Michigan Part 3

Brief #8—Congressional Campaign Update
By William Bourque
As we conclude our Targeted Districts” series in Michigan, we travel to the 10th district, currently held by Republican Paul Mitchell.  Mitchell served two terms but will not run for a third, saying that he felt frustrated by partisanship in Washington.

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Michigan Part 2

Brief #7—Congressional Updates
By William Bourque
We continue our review of Michigan’s congressional races by moving onto District 6, where once again a republican is the incumbent.  The district’s most notable area is the city of Kalamazoo, but also includes rural areas in the southwest corner of the state

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Michigan-Part 1

Brief #6—Congressional Campaign Update
By William Bourque
Presidential battleground state election results are great predictors of what direction the nation is headed politically, and Michigan is the perfect exemplar.  In 2016, Michigan fell narrowly to President Trump, which aligns with the results of presidential election in that year.

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Trump’s Incumbent Powers Are Losing Their Strength

Brief #36—Presidential Campaign Update
By Iryna Shkurhan
Trump’s incumbent advantages, money and the power of the presidency, are losing their strength as his mistakes pile up and former supporters turn their backs. Four months before election day, Trump is trailing Biden in almost every poll nationally, and in key swing states.

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Targeted Districts

Brief #5—Congressional Campaign News
By William Bourque
Our continuing coverage of battleground house elections brings us to Texas’s 22nd district, rated as a toss-up by the Cook Political Report. 

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Trump Sinks in the Polls Amid Unrest

Brief #4—Presidential Election News Update
By Iryna Shkurhan
Last Tuesday, several states held their primaries with open polls while protests against police brutality and racial injustice took the nation by storm in all fifty states. Amidst the civic unrest, President Trump’s poll numbers plummeted as prominent Republicans also publicly renounced him. Primaries still remain in several states with the focus shifting to the results of local elections.

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