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Entries Tagged as '2020 Election'

Game over in Pennsylvania!

March 19th, 2018, 3:49pm by Sam Wang

Today came two rulings. First, a three-judge court turned down a challenge to the redrawn Pennyslvania Congressional map. Then, a few hours later, the U.S. Supreme Court did the same. These were long-shot cases, since they would have involved finding that the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Constitution was in conflict with the United States Constitution, for example [...]

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Tags: 2018 Election · 2020 Election · Redistricting

Democratic Party nominating rules for 2020

January 3rd, 2018, 8:52am by Sam Wang

Happy new year, all! It’s too early to say who is in the running for the Democratic Party nomination for the Presidency. However, the shape of the playing field is starting to emerge. Courtesy of Josh Putnam at Frontloading HQ, here’s a rundown (in three parts) over recent rules changes. My insta-reaction: Primaries versus caucuses: [...]

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Tags: 2020 Election