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U.S. top court hands win to Republicans over Texas voting maps


WASHINGTON (Reuters) - An ideologically divided U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday handed a win to Republicans in Texas by putting on hold rulings that said electoral districts drawn by state lawmakers discriminated against minority voters. (Reuters Politics) More More

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Posted on 23 January 2018 | 11:02 am | Google News

The Governors: Judge 2018 by the Big States - Rasmussen Reports


The Governors: Judge 2018 by the Big States
Rasmussen Reports
So a GOP win there is not really a Democratic loss. But more broadly, not all governorships are created equal, unlike seats in the House and Senate. More than half of the United States' population lives in just the 10 most populous states, and nine of ...

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Posted on 11 January 2018 | 8:16 am | Google News

Republicans control 33 governors' mansions. Democrats want to put a dent in that in 2018. - Vox


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Republicans control 33 governors' mansions. Democrats want to put a dent in that in 2018.
Vox
The midterms will also have serious consequences for the future of the US House; whichever party wins more state legislative and governors' seats will have the chance to influence legislative redistricting in 2020, when new congressional voting ...

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Posted on 5 January 2018 | 8:00 am | Google News

Hunt: Too early to handicap the 2018 elections? No! - Online Athens


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Hunt: Too early to handicap the 2018 elections? No!
Online Athens
They also anticipate winning several seats held by Democrats in politically divided purple states like Minnesota. Senate. The electoral map is daunting for Democrats when it comes to senators. They have to defend 26 seats, the Republicans only eight ...

Posted on 3 January 2018 | 3:26 pm | Google News

Too early to handicap the 2018 elections? No! - Greensboro News & Record


Too early to handicap the 2018 elections? No!
Greensboro News & Record
They also anticipate winning several seats held by Democrats in politically divided purple states like Minnesota. Senate: The electoral map is daunting for Democrats when it comes to senators. They have to defend 26 seats, the Republicans only eight ...

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Posted on 3 January 2018 | 12:04 am | Google News

It's not too early to handicap the 2018 elections - The Denver Post


The Denver Post

It's not too early to handicap the 2018 elections
The Denver Post
For Democrats, there's a Big Five: Ohio, Florida, Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. All but Pennsylvania are now in Republican hands. What happens in these states can influence national politics. For one thing, they're all battleground venues in ...

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Posted on 2 January 2018 | 12:33 pm | Google News

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