House News & Analysis

2022 Election Preview (September 23, 2022): Don’t Count Republicans Out Yet

September 23, 2022 · 2:30 PM EDT

By Nathan L. Gonzales, Erin Covey and Jacob Rubashkin

This isn’t the midterm election Republicans envisioned, but the GOP can still reach their final goals.

Democrats have seen improvement in President Joe Biden’s job rating and the national generic ballot in the wake of the Dobbs decision, and they’ve…

House Updates (September 23, 2022)

September 23, 2022 · 2:28 PM EDT

Alaska.
At-Large (Mary Peltola, D). Trump 53%. New data from the Alaska Division of Elections confirms what polling suggested: if Sarah Palin, and not Nick Begich, had been eliminated in last month’s ranked choice special election, then Begich would have handily defeated Peltola in the instant runoff. But Begich…

Primary Results: New Hampshire, Rhode Island Choose Nominees in Key Races

by Erin Covey September 14, 2022 · 11:08 AM EDT

Three of the smallest states in the country were home to several key primaries on Tuesday night, finally bringing the 2022 primary season to a close.

New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Delaware provided nominees in one competitive Senate race, three competitive House races, and a race for governor, allowing both…

2022 Election Preview (September 9, 2022): Waiting on the World to Change

September 9, 2022 · 2:30 PM EDT

By Nathan L. Gonzales, Jacob Rubashkin, and Erin Covey

Labor Day is the unofficial kickoff to campaign season, yet it feels like the 2022 elections are already in a holding pattern. 

For much of the cycle, this felt like a typical midterm election. President Joe Biden’s mediocre job rating looked…

House Updates (September 9, 2022)

September 9, 2022 · 2:28 PM EDT

Alaska.
At-Large (Mary Peltola, D).
Trump 53%. Peltola pulled off an upset in the special election to replace the late Rep. Don Young. In a three-way race, Peltola defeated former Gov. Sarah Palin and entrepreneur Nick Begich III, both Republicans. The election was conducted using ranked choice/instant runoff voting,…

Alaska At-Large: Making History

by Jacob Rubashkin September 1, 2022 · 8:55 AM EDT

Democrat Mary Peltola, a former state legislator, defeated two Republican opponents including former Gov. Sarah Palin, to win a special election to replace the late, longtime Rep. Don Young in Alaska.

It was the first time a Democrat won Alaska’s sole House seat since 1972, when Nick Begich, Sr. defeated…

Illinois 17: Open Seat Opportunity

by Jacob Rubashkin August 4, 2022 · 2:30 PM EDT

In 2020, Rep. Cheri Bustos was on the ascendancy. Held up as a model for how Democrats could win back the working class white voters they lost to Donald Trump, Bustos received votes for Speaker of the House, and was picked to helm the House Democrats’ campaign arm as the…

The 2022 Redistricting Cycle in 10 Graphics

by Bradley Wascher August 4, 2022 · 2:29 PM EDT

With the 2022 redistricting cycle coming to a close over the summer, we now know what all 435 congressional districts will look like this November.

As each state drew its new congressional map, Inside Elections profiled and rated every new district. In…

Report Shorts (August 4, 2022)

August 4, 2022 · 2:28 PM EDT

Alaska
At-Large District Special.
A July 20-25 poll from Alaska Survey Research indicates a competitive race to succeed the late Rep. Don Young. Pollster Ivan Moore found Democrat Mary Peltola in front with 41 percent, followed by Republicans Nick Begich III (30 percent) and Sarah Palin (29 percent). The…

Battlefield Comes Into Focus With Primaries in Five States

August 3, 2022 · 1:04 PM EDT

By Nathan L. Gonzales & Jacob Rubashkin

Arizona
Senate.
Venture capitalist Blake Masters won the GOP primary with 39 percent followed by solar energy CEO Jim Lamon (29 percent) and state Attorney General Mark Brnovich (18 percent). Masters will face Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly in one of the most…