There are over 500 House, Senate and Governor races taking place on Election Day 2018. With that many contests, each with a varying mix of unique and correlated factors at play, we’re bound to be shocked at a few results come November 6th. What are the factors necessary for a race to surprise? One is
NOTE: This post includes a fictional story of assault. I wrote it with the goal of celebrating everyone who’s overcome such trauma, but if you don’t want to read that today (or ever) please stop here. My prayers are with you. “The blue one? Or the black?” She held both up for Jessica’s opinion.
Brett Kavanaugh is about to become a Supreme Court Justice. Out of the entire legal profession, out of the hundreds of conservative judges and legal experts available, that sniveling, entitled, sexual predator has been chosen to sit on the highest court in the land. The Republican Party just said Fuck You to every American, even
There are 112 Republican-held seats that favor the GOP by 10 points or less. We’ve overcome larger margins already in special elections. Now let’s do it everywhere. I want 100 seats. After the shitshow we’ve experienced this past week, I want 100 seats to flip from red to blue. Sound crazy? Who cares…let’s all vote
The battle for the House of Representatives may be the widest-reaching in history. There are Democratic candidates running in almost every district, and winning back control of the lower chamber of Congress is the highest priority goal for the party. Their ability to cast a wide net is a key feature of their strategy. With