With the midterm elections a mere day away, it’s time to do another, and possibly final, race analysis blog! This article is about Montana’s at-large congressional district, which is, as the name implies, their only district.
With the midterms mere days away, it’s time to for another race analysis blog! This time, we’re looking at New Jersey, a state that is hotly contested in both the Senate and the House, specifically the 3rd Congressional District.
Those of you following the current state of the TCR community may understand why there was a bit of a gap from my last post, which happened… Read more “Florida’s 26th District Analysis”
Sorry I’m late! As mentioned in the previous blog post (read that here), the Capitalist Army blog is back and in full effect, and to start off, I want to take a look back at some of the races I’ve covered in the past on this blog, and see what the score is when it comes to these races, and what’s changed since then.
Some of the information in this article was helped by Capitalist Army member Darth Hoodie, with this being his congressional district. Ohio’s primaries are right around the… Read more “Ohio’s 12th District Primary Analysis”
Feeling inspired after our success in Arizona’s 8th District (read my article on that race here), I’m back and ready to write some more! I’ll explain why I’ve… Read more “Michigan’s 8th District Analysis”
Arizona’s 8th congressional district is a special election race that’s been garnering some media attention as of late, with Democrats again seeking to make major headway against… Read more “Arizona’s 8th District Analysis”
This article was suggested by Pickles the Drummer. Just because a race is listed as “Safe Republican” doesn’t mean it’s not worth covering, so in saying that,… Read more “Texas 2nd District Analysis”
As we have all no doubt heard by now, Pennsylvania’s 18th District has had its Special Election, which I covered a week or so ago. (read it… Read more “PA-18: What went wrong?”
Despite Trump winning the state in spades, Texas’s 23rd District went in favor of Hillary Clinton during the election. However, the incumbent representative for the district is a Republican, and Romney won said district in 2012 by 1 point. This indicates a very divided district, as evidenced by many pundit’s predictions of either “Toss-Up” or “Lean Republican”.