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Everything to know about Georgia’s Runoff

On Tuesday December 6th, a runoff will occur in Georgia between Democrat Rapheal Wornock and Republican Herschel Walker. This race will occur due to either candidate clearing the 50 percent threshold in the general election that happened earlier this month. The shortcomings of both Wornock and Walker are attributed to Libertarian Chase Oliver, who has …

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Pundits said it would be a red wave. It wasn’t.

Intro (I was right):  Republicans should have had this election cycle in the bag. Instead, they find themselves thinking about what they did wrong. And this is because going into election day, everyone expected Republicans to win – and win by a lot. Everyone except me of course, because in my October 6th post “How …

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Midterm Elections: What’s Happening?

Yesterday, midterm election results started coming out, and while control of the house and senate have not been determined yet, there’s still a lot of takeaways. The takeaway: Pundit’s expected Republican’s to win handly. They didn’t. However, with failure, there’s always a silver lining, and with success, there’s always a place for improvement, as shown …

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Virginia’s Governors Race is closer than Expected

On November 2nd, the Virginia Governors Race will take place, along with New Jersey’s governor race. However, Virginia’s race is awfully tight for a comfortably democratic state. The latest poll by Monmouth University shows that the Democrat, former Governor Terry McAuliffe, is neck to neck with Republican Glen Younkin. Part of this reason is because …

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