Primary and special elections in PA, ID, OR, NE, and AL Tuesday night will give us another look at the fight for the House in 2018. However, what we already know is quite solid.
An Incumbent Republican House Representative just lost his reelection bid to a primary challenger in North Carolina. What does that mean for the November midterms?
Democratic candidates have beaten expectations by 17 points on average in federal special elections since 2016, but are only up 7 points in the national generic congressional ballot polling average. What's with the disconnect?
All (that we know) of the the evidence keeps pointing toward a large Democratic wave in November
Are Democrats headed toward another special election upset victory in this historically Republican congressional district, or will a moral victory suffice for their predictions of a November wave?