Now that the great state of Delaware has finished their primaries, DecisionDeskHQ is able to rate their state legislatures. Though Democrats could have lost control of the State Senate back in February 2017 during a special election, they are certain to hold onto the majority in not just the upper chamber, but the lower chamber as well. Here are our ratings for both … [Read more...] about Analyzing Delaware’s State Legislature Post-Primary
It’s a somewhat unusual Thursday election day (next Thursday is the final primary day, New York state offices) but there’s the potential it will be an interesting one. Tom Carper is a low key, three term Democratic Senator from The First State. He first won election in 2000 by defeating 5 term Republican Senator William Roth. At the time of that campaign Roth was 78 and his … [Read more...] about It’s Primary Day In Delaware. And There’s A Chance For An Upset In A US Senate Race.