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Despite Indictment, Collins to Remain on November Ballot

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This map will track the electoral vote count for the 2016 presidential election based on polling.

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In this final November 8th update, Clinton led by just 0.3% in Florida and North Carolina.

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Despite Indictment, Collins to Remain on November Ballot

This improves Democratic odds of flipping a district Trump won by nearly 25% in 2016

New York Primary Preview and Live Results

The state holds its primary for non-Federal offices on September 13th. We're watching the Democratic elections for governor and attorney general

Rhode Island Primary Preview and Live Results

Overview and live results of the 2018 Rhode Island primary held September 12th

New Hampshire Primary Preview and Live Results

We'll be watching a crowded primary in both parties for the open seat in the first congressional district

Florida Rep. Ron DeSantis Resigns to Focus on Race for Governor

The third term Republican recently won his party's nomination to replace outgoing Gov. Rick Scott






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