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Nate Cohn
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Climate change vulnerability on left, 1872 presidential election on right pic.twitter.com/vOuxi9w0dl
Map of 1872 presidential election, or climate change vulnerability? pic.twitter.com/wZThf7HmIY
Technical Difficulties: Flaws in How Mississippi Reports Elections Add to Its Problems nyti.ms/1r70eDe
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@Nate_Cohn If there's a Kickstarter for good polling on GA I'm in for $20: twitter.com/LoriGearyWSB/s…
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The 50 equal states proposal, as @voxdotcom just rehashed, would create a huge GOP advantage in the Electoral College newrepublic.com/article/112467…
Anyone have the geographic breakdown of MSFT layoffs?
Nice to see a fairly decent slate of recent polling in Colorado. Too bad Quinnipiac won't play in the Southern senate battlegrounds!
Today's @UpshotNYT Senate forecast gives Reps a 54% chance of Senate control (with improved chances in IA, NH) nytimes.com/newsgraphics/2…
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.@nytleo is ALIVE. MT @nytleo Today's Senate forecast gives Reps a 54% chance of Senate nytimes.com/newsgraphics/2…
Immediately RT @demingk7 @Nate_Cohn How quickly did you start writing when you heard somebody was plotting to create new states?
Bush would have won Central California by 20, South California by 13. Obama would have won South California, lost Central CA by 2.7
In #MSSEN, of course McDaniel should have chance to examine materials to make his case. But needs to have credible case. So far, no evidence
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The problem: The GOP's new red state, Central CA, is trending hard to Democrats. Net-18 pts towards D btwn 04-12. nytimes.com/2014/07/17/ups…
One odd thing: North Carolina gets another representative, 16th electoral vote out of a California break-up nytimes.com/2014/07/17/ups…
Central California, at 47 percent Hispanic, would have the largest Hispanic population in the country nytimes.com/2014/07/17/ups…
Republicans should only vote "yes" if they plan big gains with Hispanics. Dems would get new Senators no matter what. nytimes.com/2014/07/17/ups…
The biggest political effect of splitting up California would be to increase the clout of Hispanic voters nytimes.com/2014/07/17/ups…
South and Central California would be two battlegrounds and among the most heavily Hispanic states in the country nytimes.com/2014/07/17/ups…
The future of the Hispanic vote will ultimately determine whether splitting up California is good or bad for Ds or Rs nytimes.com/2014/07/17/ups…
The massive electoral consequences of splitting up California nytimes.com/2014/07/17/ups…
Half of you will laugh at this, but, there's a case for averaging the models...
Senate Dems couldn't be happier about GOP filibuster of Hobby Lobby fix. All the political benefit, none of the legislative hassle
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