Politics

Georgia, Once Reliably Red, Is Suddenly a Battleground. What Happened?

Joe Biden could win the state because Republicans have failed to keep up with its diverse population and shifting suburban politics.

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Trump’s Weakened Hold on Long Island Leaves King, Zeldin Seats at Risk

Peter King is leaving Congress, and Lee Zeldin could be vulnerable. The elections in the two districts will be “a referendum on Trump,” a strategist said.

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Trump’s Weakened Hold on Long Island Puts 2 G.O.P. House Seats at Risk

Peter King is leaving Congress, and Lee Zeldin could be vulnerable. The elections in the two districts will be “a referendum on Trump,” a strategist said.

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With Weakness Among Hispanic Voters, Biden Trails in Texas

Large Democratic gains among white suburbanites suggest risks down the ballot for Republicans in congressional and state House races, our poll shows.

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Biden Trails in Texas Due to Weakness Amongst Hispanic Voters

Large Democratic gains among white suburbanites suggest risks down the ballot for Republicans in congressional and state House races, our poll shows.

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Black Senate Candidates in South Tell Democrats to ‘Meet the Moment’

Several Black Democrats are running competitively in conservative states, and they are doing so by talking explicitly about race.

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How the Trump Era Has Strained, and Strengthened, Politically Mixed Marriages

Fewer people want to date those with different political views. But couples are also talking through political issues more.

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Democrats in Many Races Are Moderates. Republicans Cast Them as Radicals.

Democrats chose Senate candidates who have rejected progressive policies. That hasn’t stopped Republicans from trying to paint them as extreme.

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The Election May Hinge on Pennsylvania. Can the Polls Get the State Right?

Polling averages show Joseph R. Biden Jr. with a lead in Pennsylvania, but surveys can’t account for possibilities like voter suppression.

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Questions and Answers About the Bidens and a Deal in China

There is no evidence that the former vice president was involved in or profited from a joint venture pursued by his son and brother.

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