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Political Snippets from Around the Country

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

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A Plethora of Rematches

At this point, the succeeding listed incumbents must be rated as favorites to win again, but the 2024 presidential turnout model versus the midterm participation factor all were elected under in 2022 could change several outcomes.

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Texas Democratic Primary Forming

National Democratic Party strategists had hoped to have little in the way of intra-party competition for their favored Texas US Senate candidate, US Rep. Colin Allred (D-Dallas), but such a potential outcome ended yesterday.

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NY Court Orders Cong Redraw

A lower New York state appellate court ruled that the court-ordered 2022 congressional election map is to be returned to the state’s Independent Redistricting Commission for a redraw. 

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Political Snippets from Around the Country

Check out these political snippets on congressional and gubernatorial from across the country. 

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MT-Sen: Sheehy Declares

Retired Navy SEAL and aerospace company CEO Tim Sheehy (R) announced his US Senate candidacy in Montana, and already the proverbial hockey gloves came off. 

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UT-2: Potential Maloy Disqualification

Congressional aide Celeste Maloy’s (R) victory in last Saturday’s special Republican Party 2nd District convention could be short-lived.

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CA Senate Race Adds New Contender

The open California Senate race promises to be one of the most interesting campaigns in the 2024 cycle.

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Political Snippets from Around the Country

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

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Surprising NH Poll

A just released New Hampshire poll reveals three surprises. The first involves former President Donald Trump, the second, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, and the third, and most unexpectedly, ex-New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.

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