The primary reason to impeach and convict President Trump now, is because his opposition believes that Trump supporters are so enthusiastic that they will elect him again in 2024...and impeachment is easier (cheaper) than fraudulently stuffing ballot boxes in the next election.
Unlike in 2016, when he gave around $55 million to fund his primary campaign, Trump hasn’t provided a dime of his own money to the campaign yet this election cycle. He probably won't budge either, if for no other reason than he probably can’t afford to.
Absentee ballot rejections declined sharply in Georgia’s primary, with ballots being delivered after election day as the most common reason votes went uncounted, according to numbers reported to the state by counties #gapol
South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott says he is living the American dream and cites "the evolution of the Southern heart" as the reason he, as a Black man, was able to win a primary election against a son of Strom Thurmond.
Despite the record return rate of absentee ballots cast for the June 23rd primary election, many of these votes will not count. One reason some votes might get tossed: a missing postmark.
"Yes" side's polling a few months ago found a lopsided lead, and they won by 1 point. Some of that was due to timing (there was a reason this got on primary ballot not general election ballot), but some of it was conservatives being convinced that Medicaid expansion was socialist
Keir Starmer has said that the main reason Labour lost the December general election was because of party leadership. We found previously that the primary reason voters abandoned Labour at the polls was indeed down to Jeremy Corbyn
Kier Starmer has said that blaming Labour's general election defeat just on Brexit "was not an honest analysis". Indeed, we found previously that the primary reason voters abandoned Labour at the polls was party leadership
@yeselson @DouthatNYTMy problem with this is that it doesn't engage with the possibility that Trump's ethnonationalism might not be some kind of subsequent aberration that Trump stapled to his "populism " once that won him the election, but rather the actual reason his populism helped win GOP primary.
Democrats eager to see more women in office had reason to celebrate after last night’s primary results. But why did some Democratic women perform better than others? Here’s what we learned from the election results: