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More Inconsistent Patterns

As covered in the past couple of weeks, polling around the country is consistently showing former President Donald Trump leading in a state with a Senate race, yet the Democratic candidate is simultaneously ahead.

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Senate: Changing Trends

A new Senate polling series has brought a different look to several Senate races, with some now beginning to tighten according to ballot test data.

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Rep. Torres’ List

Yesterday, New York US Rep. Ritchie Torres (D-Bronx) stated in an interview with CNN that, “If we are going on a political suicide mission, then we should at least be honest about it,” and then released a list of House and Senate Democrats who have made statements about whether President Joe Biden should remain in the race or step aside.

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Political Snippets from Around the Country

Check out these political snippets on the presidential, congressional and state races from across the country. 

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MT: GOP Up, But Senate Pattern Persists

A new Big Sky Country poll gives Republicans some favorable numbers, but a pattern seen in other Senate races is again present.

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Bowman Loses; Curtis, Boebert, Maloy Win

Assuming the still unofficial Virginia congressional race that will likely see Rep. Bob Good (R-Lynchburg) lose to state Senator John McGuire (R-Manakin Sabot) holds as expected, the second US House member of the cycle went down to a crushing defeat in New York. 

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Wisconsin’s Polling Picture

After not seeing a Badger State poll for several weeks, two new surveys were released yesterday, one covering the statewide races and the other the congressional battle in western Wisconsin, which appears to be the state’s most competitive House race. 

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Political Snippets from Around the Country

Check out these political snippets on primary results, the presidential, congressional races from across the country. 

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Presidential Primary Turnout

All primary voting entities have now held their presidential primaries and caucuses, or simply awarded a delegate slate to a candidate who was unopposed, and some of the state figures are quite surprising.

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Incumbent Trend Could Soon Turn

We have now seen primary elections held in 22 states, meaning electorates in a majority of 242 US House districts have chosen their general election nominees, and we have yet to see one incumbent lose renomination to a challenger.

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