DemDaily: Where Things Stand
November 18, 2020
In case you missed it, see our updates below on the status of the White House, Congress and the states since the historic election of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris (!!).
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DemDaily: Breakdown on Ballot Measures 11/17/20
Americans in 32 states voted on 120 statewide ballot measures on November 3, 2020 on spending and policy issues ranging from election policy, abortion, taxes and transportation, to marijuana, worker's rights and even slavery.
DemDaily: All Eyes on Georgia 11/16/20
The balance of power in the US Senate is still undetermined. The post-election count in the US Senate is now down to 50 Republicans to 48 Democrats, with two remaining Senate seats in Georgia going to a run-off January 5th. Democrats will need to win both Georgia seats to bring control of the US Senate to 50-50.
DemDaily: The Status of State Control: Governors & Legislatures 11/12/20
While the results of the presidential marked a number of historic shifts in voter performance, the status of control of the state houses and mansions remains relatively unchanged.
While the country celebrates the historic election of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, a number of seats hang in the balance in Congressional districts cross the country.
DemDaily: Status of the Senate 11/6/20
On November 3rd, Democrats were defending 12 seats compared to Republicans, who were defending 23. Republicans flipped one seat in Alabama and Democrats flipped two, in Arizona and Colorado.
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DemDaily: A Little Humor 11/13/20
Our monthly roundup. To remind us to laugh.
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