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Latest Senate News

Incumbents, candidates, and potential candidates are making political moves in some key upcoming 2022 Senate races, which makes now a good time to review the latest happenings.

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Political Snippets 5.14.21

Listed below are political snippets on congressional, gubernatorial, state and city-wide races across the country. Enjoy!

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The House Opens

With the number of House open and vacant seats continuing to grow, we update the status of each and begin to project where the most competitive incumbent-less districts might lie in 2022.

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Disputing the Georgia Poll

At the end of last week, the Remington Research Group released a survey of the Georgia 2022 Republican gubernatorial primary for their client, former DeKalb County Chief Executive Officer and ex-state Representative Vernon Jones. The results were met with some derision.

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Where Newsom is Weak

The University of California at Berkeley’s Institute for Governmental Studies released another of its periodic polls Tuesday, and while it finds Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) surviving the upcoming recall election it also identifies areas of underlying weakness.

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House Money

The first quarter Federal Election Commission financial disclosure reports were due from all incumbents and official candidates on April 15th, and the statistical staff from the Daily Kos Elections website, as they typically do, tallied and organized all the monetary results.

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Political Snippets 4.30.21

Listed below are political snippets on congressional, gubernatorial and state races across the country. Enjoy!

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Census Patterns

Monday’s Census Bureau’s congressional apportionment and state population report continues to be digested, and its many surprises will potentially lead to legal action from unanticipated sources.

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TX-6 Primary Tomorrow

The special jungle primary to begin the process of replacing the late Texas Rep. Ron Wright (R-Arlington) begins tomorrow as 11 Republicans, 10 Democrats, a Libertarian, and an Independent scratch and claw to obtain one of the two available runoff positions.

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Senate Action

While most of the political world was focused on Monday’s national apportionment announcement, several Senate moves of merit were also made this week.

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