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Several Republican candidates are in a round of finger pointing after a lackluster performance in the recent midterm elections. Several of the Republican candidates, most of whom were first time candidates that emphasized far right positions, fell short in their fundraising which hurt their chances of electoral success. The failure of individual candidates to raise sufficient campaign funds forced party leaders to make challenging choices, having to decide which candidates would be the best use of their resources. Underwhelming GOP funding gave Democratic candidates

Bill Gates, the chairman of the Maricopa County board of supervisors, has been moved to an undisclosed location due to serious threats over social media regarding the recent midterm elections. Election workers across the country, but especially in Maricopa County, Arizona, have faced a steep rise in threats following the 2020 election when former President Donald Trump promoted a series of lies about the election. Just last week a meeting of the Maricopa County board of supervisors became volatile when some attendees began pushing

The new election law which took effect last year creates one large change in the upcoming Senate runoff election between Raphael Warnock and Hershel Walker: the election will take place much sooner. Senate Bill 202, signed into law by Republican Governor Brian Kemp, cuts the time between the general election and runoff election in half. This will be a large change for Georgia’s voters, who now have a shorter period to request, receive, and cast their ballots. The law also shortens the early voting

Michigan Democrats achieved an astonishing feat in this year's midterm elections controlling all three branches of state government in 2023. This is an impressive reversal considering before the 2018 midterm elections, just a few years ago, Republicans held full control of both chambers of the legislature and all executive branch offices.  Democrats will now wield control of the entire Michigan government for the first time since 1984. Jason Roe, a Republican strategist who served as the director of the Michigan Republican Party before his

Democrats have fared significantly better in the midterms than many pundits and analysts expected, they have held control of the Senate and so far kept their losses in the House to a minimum. This electoral success is especially surprising given the historical precedent that the president’s party tends to lose a considerable amount of seats in midterms elections. President Biden has credited the “historic” turnout by young voters for the successful Democratic performance. The data so far suggests that Democrats defied expectations because of