The 23rd has flipped between the parties four times and had five incumbents during the 16-year period.
Despite predictions of a “blue wave” hitting Texas and putting the state in play for Joe Biden, Republicans once again swept the competitive races.
Texas could be the key state in determining whether the Democrats will gain seats.
Routinely, Trafalgar’s data shows President Trump in better position than most pollsters because they attempt to quantify what is termed the “shy Trump voter.”
How would a tie in the Electoral College be resolved? The answer: in the House of Representatives.
This presidential race is beginning to show some of the same characteristics found in 2016.
With the nation in a state of upheaval, we can expect to see further divergence until societal habits begin to normalize.
Texas’ extended runoff election cycle will finally come to a close tomorrow, after being postponed from May 26 due to coronavirus precautions.
The eventual GOP nominee who emerges from the committee replacement process will have one of the easiest paths into the U.S. House of any new member.
It is worth analyzing voting patterns as we approach the 2020 election.