Most will be happening "off-screen" as it where. Although they will be happening mostly as per the "real worlds" primaries. The main ones to look out for are:When are all the State primaries for the midterms? I know the Delaware primary already happened.
Most will be happening "off-screen" as it where. Although they will be happening mostly as per the "real worlds" primaries. The main ones to look out for are:
We give further updates and including full spreadsheets of the races as the year progresses.
- March 3rd: California (Senate-Special Election): Democratic Primary. "Blue Dog" Congressman Brendan Harper is making a strong challenge against appointed Incumbent and Former Governor Gabe Tillman.
- March 17th: Florida: (Gubernatorial Election): Republican Primary. Outgoing Governor James Ritchie's Lt. Governor George Phillips is in a close race against Congressman Tom Riddle. In the Democratic Primary State Rep Jessica Gelsey (the 33 year old Daughter of Former Speaker of the House Carol) is expected to cruise to victory in the Democratic Primary.
This year does favour the Republicans in the Senate. Two other states that are held by the Republicans in the Senate that are in play are Florida with Tannar McClay and Iowa with Joe Joeckler.Looks like the Republicans are in a good place to take the House and gain in the Senate. A lot of red state Democrats up. McCord in South Carolina, Denning in Oklahoma, Smith in Arkansas, Remick in Louisiana. The only blue state Republican up is Ryan in Oregon.
Gault and Durham no (Gault is running for the Senate this year).Ritchie possibly, Riley no (he is focusing on being Senate Majority Leader) Clark isn't going to go through it all again after the attacks on her son and she has suffered with depression.After the midterms, who do you think are the Republicans looking at 2022? I know that Shallow and Gault are likely not running again. I guess Ritchie, Riley, Clark possibly, Cassidy.
Butler is not anti-establishment, and as Governor of South Carolina, he has focused on homelessness and poverty so not normal Republican issues. I think we can all have a guess on what a Long run is going to look likeIf the Republicans are in an anti-establishment mood then maybe a Butler/Long ticket?