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Registration & Turnout

Examining the burgeoning early voting numbers and looking at which party has gained an advantage in voter registration in key battleground states, we see that patterns are beginning to form.

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Arizona, Florida & Wisconsin

There has been prevalent speculation that we may not see a winner in the presidential election and certainly in some Senate and House races come the evening of November 3rd, but research into the processing and counting systems of each state suggests such a conclusion may actually prove unlikely.  

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Looking at the House

Virtually all election analysts are predicting that the Democrats will maintain their majority in next week’s national election with the principal unanswered question prompting speculation about whether they will add members to their party conference.

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Georgia Polling Dichotomy

An October polling plethora has been released in Georgia, which is becoming one of the most important 2020 election cycle states both in terms of the presidential and US Senate outcomes. As the only state featuring two US Senate races, Georgia has attracted more than its share of polling universe attention.

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Political Snippets From Across the Country

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

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Where the Senate Stands

Now, less than a month before the official Election Day, we see multiple polls coming regularly in almost every competitive Senate race. Democrats need a net conversion of three Republican seats if Joe Biden is elected President and four if he is not. With 16 races now on the competitive board, we look at where they each stand.

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Arizona's Importance

Now moving quickly toward Election Week, it is becoming apparent that the ultimate bellwether state for the 2020 presidential election is the Grand Canyon State of Arizona. Formerly a rock solid Republican political domain, the state has been trending toward the political center in recent elections, most particularly 2018.

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Potential Ticket Splitting?

We’ve seen a preponderance of straight-line party voting in the past few elections, but two new surveys testing both the presidential and US Senate campaigns in respective states suggest a split ticket result could possibly occur.

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The First Debate

Last night, President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden took the stage for the first time in the 2020 presidential debate series. For much of the 90 minutes, insults and interruptions abounded resulting in little in-depth policy discussion about where each candidate wants to take the country in the next four years.

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Political Snippets From Across the Country

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

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