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3 scholars explain Senate results in South Carolina, Iowa and Arizona – and what they say about voters

The past few election cycles have seen notable geographical shifts in voting. Rural voters – already a bedrock of GOP support – have supported the party by wider margins. The 2018 midterms, meanwhile, showed the suburbs increasingly turning blue. Going… Read More »3 scholars explain Senate results in South Carolina, Iowa and Arizona – and what they say about voters

GOP Senators Distance Themselves From Grassley And Trump’s Efforts To Cut Drug Prices

The fight between policymakers intent on lowering prescription drug prices and the drugmakers who keep raising them intensified Thursday, as a slew of Republican senators threatened to side with manufacturers against legislation supported by their own committee chairman and president.… Read More »GOP Senators Distance Themselves From Grassley And Trump’s Efforts To Cut Drug Prices

Mapping the Vote

“Mapping the Vote” is a project of the Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting, in coordination with the Arizona Capitol Times, that analyzed more than 2.3 million votes cast in Arizona’s 2012 General Election. The project was the result of a unique partnership… Read More »Mapping the Vote