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New filing by Mahali Party National Committee

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Confidence Interval: Could Trump Win If He Replaces Pence?

Welcome to another episode of Confidence Interval, where we make a persuasive case for a hot take … and then reveal how confident we really feel about the idea. This time, elections analyst Geoffrey Skelley wonders whether replacing Vice President Mike Pence would help President Trump’s chances of reelection in November. Source...

How Biden Is Winning An Identity Politics Election So Far

After President Trump won the 2016 election, there was a big debate over the role “identity politics” played in his victory. Some scholars argued that many white voters without a college degree — a group that proved pivotal in that election — jumped from supporting then-President Barack Obama in 2012 to Trump in 2016 largely […] Source...

Politics Podcast: Conservatives Didn’t Get The SCOTUS They Wanted This Term

The U.S. Supreme Court wrapped up a lengthy and consequential term on Thursday with a ruling that rejected President Trump’s claims to legal immunity. In this installment of the FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast, Amelia Thomson-DeVeaux and Galen Druke unpack the implications of that ruling and look back at other key decisions throughout the term. They also […] Source...

We’re Not Going To See Trump’s Tax Returns Anytime Soon

President Trump is one of the only presidents in modern memory who has kept his tax returns private, and attempts to force their release have sparked a mountain of litigation, reaching all the way to the Supreme Court. But the Supreme Court’s verdict on whether Trump’s banks and accounting firm can be required to release […] Source...

Confederate Statues Were Never Really About Preserving History

PUBLISHED Jul. 7, 2020, at 4:51 PM Confederate Monuments Aren’t Benign Symbols of Southern Heritage — They’re Projections of White Supremacy By Ryan Best Confederate monuments by year dedicated186018801900192019401960198020002020hover for detailsWarrensburg, MOFrancis Marion Cockrell Monument Dedicated in 1989. Still stands. Note: The Southern Poverty Law Center excludes any monuments found on or within battlefields, museums, […] Source...

2020 Could Be The New Year Of The Woman … For The GOP

More women ran for office in 2018 than ever before, which led to a record number of women in Congress. Overall, the share of House and Senate seats held by women increased by 4 percentage points, from 20 to 24 percent — adding more women to the ranks than in any other election cycle since […] Source...

How Trump Could Improve His Electoral Odds

In this week’s FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast, the team considers various strategies that President Trump and Republicans could use to improve their electoral prospects this fall — ranging from a new running mate to a vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court. Source...

Economists Think Congress Could Create An Economic Disaster This Summer

Graphics by Anna Wiederkehr Congress has less than a month to hammer out a deal on the next round of stimulus before expanded unemployment benefits expire. State and local governments are starting to feel the pinch of budget shortfalls. And while the U.S. got a piece of (relatively) good news in last week’s jobs report, […] Source...

Politics Podcast: How Republicans Could Boost Their Chances In November

FiveThirtyEight’s polling averages currently show President Trump trailing former Vice President Joe Biden by nearly 10 percentage points nationally and behind in every swing state. In the current environment, Democrats would have a number of paths to winning a majority in the Senate. In this installment of the FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast, the crew considers strategies […] Source...

We’re Hiring A Part-Time Social Media Producer

FiveThirtyEight is hiring a part-time social media producer to join our team. The ideal candidate is someone who is interested in connecting our wonky, data-driven approach to sports and political journalism with audiences across platforms. This position, along with the head of social, is FiveThirtyEight’s voice across social platforms, including Twitter and Facebook. This team […] Source...

Why Counting On A Convention Bounce This Year Is Risky

If President Trump’s Tulsa, Okla., rally in late June or his Independence Day celebration at Mount Rushmore are any indication, he wants a pageantry-filled convention with a big in-person audience when he accepts the Republican nomination in late August. But the likelihood of that happening may be slim. The 2020 election is taking place in […] Source...

Politics Podcast: How The GOP Chose To Be A White Party

In general, the Republican Party gets between 5 and 10 percent of the Black vote and less than a third of the Hispanic vote nationally. In this installment of the FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast, Clare Malone discusses the series of choices the GOP made, spanning decades, that made it an overwhelmingly white party. At key moments […] Source...

The Unemployment Rate Is Falling, But More People Are Losing Their Jobs Permanently

These days, reading the monthly jobs report can feel like opening a time capsule. According to the data for June, which was released today, the recovery from the COVID-19 recession was still chugging along as of the middle of last month, when the two surveys that form the backbone of the report were conducted. The […] Source...

When Proof Is Not Enough

According to the pundits, the revolution, if you would call it that, began with video. The first and foremost was the excruciating recording of George Floyd’s last moments as Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin publicly pinned the life out of him. That was on May 25, but more than a month later, the recordings have […] Source...

What Went Down In Colorado, Oklahoma And Utah

Colorado, Oklahoma and Utah held primaries on Tuesday, and with the help of mail-in balloting and absentee ballots, these states largely held seamless elections. The contests in these states helped decide the nominees in a pivotal Senate race and a handful of competitive House districts, shaping the November matchups that will play a role in […] Source...

Charles Booker, Jamaal Bowman And The 7 Competing Camps In Black Politics

New York’s Jamaal Bowman and Kentucky’s Charles Booker, two Black men running on very liberal policy platforms, likely defeated and nearly defeated (respectively) white Democrats in primaries last week, giving a boost to the party’s insurgent wing. Neither Bowman nor Booker got much help from the party elite — unsurprising, as they were running against […] Source...