Ron Steslow calls some Politicology fan favorites to discuss the midterm elections, the surprisingly good night for Democrats, the races that are still too close to call, and what it could mean for future elections.
(00:44) Susan Del Percio on the Democratic strategy to set up races against extreme MAGA candidates
(05:29) Mike Madrid on the biggest surprise from last night and the early count out of Nevada
(10:52) Tharon Johnson on what Sen. Warnock needs to do to win in the December runoff
(23:48) Lucy Caldwell on the gap between Mark Kelly and Katie Hobbs early vote counts and why she’s cautiously optimistic that Hobbs can still win
(35:31) Zack Czajkowski on the unexpected victory for Democrats in the North Carolina 13th Congressional District
(49:16) David Becker on what the midterms could mean for election integrity moving forward
(57:47) Lanae Erickson on why the Dobbs decision—and not the student loan forgiveness plan— drove turnout for Democrats in Pennsylvania
(1:05:45) Marc Polymeropoulos on the importance of people with national security experience in politics
(1:14:19) Former DCCC Chair and Former Congressman Steve Israel on how the slimmer margin for Republicans could give the extremist wing more leverage in the next congress
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