Tag: ‘Blue Wave’

WASHINGTON, DC - MAY 22: Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer speaks at a news conference at the U.S. Capitol on May 22, 2018 in Washington, DC. Democratic leaders joined leaders of prominent teacher's unions to call for higher pay for teachers and greater investment in public schools. (Photo by Aaron …

Schumer: Will Be ‘Very Hard Task’ to Turn Senate Blue

Sunday on New York AM 970 radio’s “The Cats Roundtable,” Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) discussed the 2018 midterm elections and said it would be a “very hard task” for Democrats to take the Senate. “I’d love to see the Senate

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California Democrats in Key House Races Back Gas Tax Repeal

California Democrats are feeling the heat from Republican efforts to repeal the state’s new gas tax hike — so much so that candidates in key U.S. House races are supporting Proposition 6, the repeal referendum.

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Pollak: 5 Reasons the Blue Wave Is Real

While the GOP still has a chance to hold onto the House there are five factors combining to create a “Blue Wave,” and Republicans from President Donald Trump on down will have to focus and fight hard to stop it.

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Heilemann: ‘Blue Wave Feels Stronger Now Than It Did 30 Days Ago’

Monday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” NBC News national affairs analyst John Heilemann said there was confidence among Democrats they can take back the House, adding “the blue wave feels stronger now than it did 30 days ago.” “I think if you

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Analysis: California’s ‘Red Tide’ Overcame the ‘Blue Wave’

An early analysis of election results in the California primary by the San Bernardino Sun has found that a “red tide” of votes for Republicans overcame the “blue wave” of votes for Democrats, enabling the GOP to win the Inland Empire region east of Los Angeles.

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Gavin Newsom: No Evidence of ‘Big Blue Wave’

California Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom is worried that Democrats may be taking the so-called “big blue wave” in November for granted. In fact, the California gubernatorial frontrunner reportedly said on Tuesday that he does not see any evidence of a monster November blue wave, even in the bluest of blue states.

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Morris: Voters Moving Right While Democrats Move Left

Over the past five months, President Trump’s ratings, according to the realclearpolitics.com moving average, have flipped from 38-58 to 44-52 — a growth of six points in approval and a drop of six points in disapproval.

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Largest Texas County Continues Trend from Purple to Blue

Democrats marched to the polls in record numbers in Harris County and the effort to shift the state’s largest voting jurisdiction from purple to blue continues. Democrats in Harris County turned out 167,396 voters in the 2018 primary. This compares to 53,788 in 2014–an increase of 211 percent.