The Sweep: Can the GOP Make Inroads With Non-White Democratic Voters?
Low Democratic approval ratings plus wedge issues could finally be a recipe for some small success.
A Republic, If You Can Keep It
Checking In on the Governors
Hard to improve on Geoffrey Skelley’s write-up in FiveThirtyEight on which states might see their governorships flip. With so much focus on the House and Senate, sometimes it’s easy to forget the governors’ mansions—even as we see the power that a Ron DeSantis or Greg Abbott has to control the national political conversation. At the end of the day, though, who can really claim victory if Democrats retake Maryland and Massachusetts and Republicans take Kansas, which at this point is still the most likely scenario unless and until David Perdue pulls out a surprise win in the Georgia primary over Brian Kemp … and even then?