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The Open Senate Seat in Kansas

The open Kansas Senate race is more interesting this year than typical for what is normally a safe Republican state; in fact, it is becoming one of the most intriguing races in the country.

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U.S. Presidential Race

Jesse Ventura: Former Minnesota Governor and professional wrestler Jesse Ventura announced that he will not become a candidate for the Green Party presidential nomination. Mr. Ventura says doing so would force him to relinquish his employment and health insurance.

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Another Vacancy in the U.S. House

Texas US Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-Heath/Rockwall), just confirmed as the country’s new Director of National Intelligence, has already resigned from the U.S. House meaning that the state’s 4th Congressional District will now be open for the general election.

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Poll: Feenstra Tops Rep. King

The June 2 primaries are fast approaching, and though very few House incumbents are in danger of joining Rep. Dan Lipinski* (D-IL) as a member who lost re-nomination in 2020, there is a serious intra-party challenge unfolding in northwest Iowa.

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Super June

With so many early primary states moving their elections to June due to the Coronavirus shut down, no less than 24 states will hold their nominating event in the upcoming month, making this the most active primary month during the election cycle.

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A Possible Republican Rebound

Two years ago, several national political prognosticators were predicting a strong Democratic election, i.e., “a blue wave,” by using special election results, mostly from state legislative campaigns, as one of their fundamental support arguments. As we know, the forecast proved correct.

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GOP Wins Pair of Special Elections

California Democratic Assemblywoman Christy Smith (D-Newhall) conceded the 25th congressional district special election race to Republican Mike Garcia late last Thursday, making this the first time in decades that the GOP has converted a Democratic seat in the deep blue state.

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Sanders Drops out of Presidential Race

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) ended his presidential campaign last week, therefore making former Vice President Joe Biden the Democratic Party’s unofficial nominee. Mr. Biden, still 766 bound delegate votes away from clinching a first ballot victory is now unencumbered in his bid to become the party standard bearer. It is likely that he will secure the 1,991 bound first ballot delegate votes once the June 2 primary, now featuring ten states, is held.

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A Closer Look At Georgia

The Battleground Connect consulting firm that predominately polls for Republican clients in the South again surveyed the impending Georgia special Senate election as they did on March 24, but this time added questions about the presidential race.

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A Look into Competitive Open House Seats

The open seat count has increased to 43, with 31 of them coming from the minority Republican column. The number of competitive opens, however, at this point in the cycle is likely just nine, as 34 of the incumbent-less seats fall into either the Safe/Likely Democratic (12) column or Safe/Likely Republican (22) category. Today, we look at the competitive open seats.

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