Land Doesn’t Vote, But It Does Speak

On Friday, Philip Bump of the Washington Post approached me to calculate the total land area won by each candidate in the last three presidential elections at the precinct level. Saturday’s resultant … Continued

Expect Good Turnout in MTAL

Montana’s Special Congressional election is now exactly two weeks out, and we’ve been tracking absentee ballots returned to help get a sense of how many votes will be cast overall. … Continued

Have 2016’s Swings Carried Over into 2017?

The 2016 Presidential Election witnessed a sizable breakdown in the highly polarized political patterns seen post-2000. Traditionally Republican suburbs with high levels of college degrees broke away from their partisan … Continued