For as long as we live, 2020 will likely be remembered as a year defined by loss, frustration, and suffering. Across our great nation, there will be over 250,000 empty chairs around Thanksgiving dinner tables this year, seats belonging to cherished family members who have succumbed to COVID-19. The majority of Americans have altered their traditional holiday plans, as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention urges everyone to avoid traveling amid recent coronavirus upti
The 2020 Elections went just about as no one expected. Sure, President Trump lost, but elections for the House, Senate and state legislatures completely bucked the predictions of pollsters and media pundits. Going over all of this in one piece would be a rather large undertaking, so for the purposes of this article we will be examining the House elections, what they told us about the electorate, and what we might be in store for going into this next chapter in American hist
Well, it’s finally here: Election Day 2020, the one day every four years where it actually becomes somewhat “cool” to be a political junkie. This year, I have crafted this comprehensive Guide to Election Night 2020 to help both casual viewers as well as my fellow political science nerds know what races to keep their eye on as the night progresses. In an election cycle defined by new election procedures and uncertainty, I hope that my piece will serve as a helpful guidepost fo
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