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Political Snippets 1.08.21

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

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Up 12, Down 14, Now +27

The vacant NY-22 electoral count continues to drag on with an end possibly coming soon…at least until the post-election lawsuits begin.

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Georgia: A Deeper Dive

With original vote totals being finalized for the Georgia runoffs we see Rev. Raphael Warnock (D) defeating appointed Sen. Kelly Loeffler* (R) by 73,404 votes (50.8%) while Jon Ossoff (D) unseated Sen. David Perdue*(R) with a margin of 35,615 tallies (50.4%). 

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The House Convenes

The 117th House of Representatives was called to order Sunday in an unusual commencement session, and even on the first day the House membership is not complete. 

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Biden Elected; California Data Published

The Electoral College met in the various state capitols Monday as scheduled and the electors cast their ballots in the exact correlation with the state election data. Since the Electoral College increased to 538 members in time for the 1964 presidential election, we’ve seen faithless electors, those who vote for a candidate other than whom the state voters supported, in seven presidential elections.

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Trump Coattails?

When examining 21st century electoral behavior, in an overwhelming number of states, we find that voters are choosing the US Senate contender of the party whose presidential candidate carries their particular electorate, and the 2020 vote is mostly no exception to such a premise.

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Key States: President by Congressional District

The Daily Kos Elections organization is rapidly going through the election returns to provide a presidential vote depiction for every congressional district.

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Texas Data

Tuesday, the California official 2020 Statement of the Vote was analyzed and Thursday attention was turned to voting statistics from the Lone Star State of Texas, a particularly interesting domain for the coming redistricting process.

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Political Snippets 12.18.20

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

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Iowa - District 2: Hart Petitions the House

As things officially stand, Rita Hart, the Democratic nominee in the open IA-2 congressional district that occupies the southeastern part of the state, has lost to state Sen. Mariannette Miller-Meeks* (R-Ottumwa) by a grand total of six votes from more than 393,000 ballots cast, but the challenge process is apparently not over.

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