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WashU Expert: Liberals Who Celebrate Ruling on N.C. Districts May Not Cheer for Long

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Are Comparisons Between Presidents Trump and Nixon Grounded in History? White House Scholars Weigh in

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A Test of Republican/Trump Politics? Experts Available to Discuss 6th Congressional District Special Election in Georgia

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Syrian Missile Strikes Not Expected to Worsen Relations with Russia, Says Virginia Tech Expert

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States with Expanded Medicaid Program Saw Higher Voter Turnout

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Since becoming law, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has been used by political parties in attempts to mobilize voters. In a new study, Jake Haselswerdt, assistant professor of political science and public affairs at the University of Missouri, found a correlation between voter turnout and Medicaid expansion, a key component of the ACA. He says that increases in Medicaid enrollment are related to considerably higher voter turnout in states that expanded Medicaid. The effect is likely due to both an increase in turnout for new Medicaid beneficiaries and a backlash effect among constituents opposed to the law and its implementation.

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New UNF Poll Shows Sen. Bill Nelson Leading Gov. Rick Scott in 2018 Senate Election

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A new poll of registered voters in Florida by the Public Opinion Research Laboratory (PORL) at the University of North Florida shows that, when asked about the 2018 election, 44 percent of Florida registered voters said they would vote to re-elect Sen. Bill Nelson, while 38 percent said they would vote for Gov. Rick Scott and 12 percent were undecided.

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Republican Proposal for the Affordable Care Act: GW Experts Available to Comment

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Unique Hub for U.S. and Global Senate Elections Results Now Online

U.S. and Global Senate Elections Results Now Available Online

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Hassell Finds Absentee Vote-by-Mail Efforts Have Little Impact

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Cornell College Professor of Politics Hans Hassell worked with a Republican Party organization in Minnesota to see if it increased electoral participation, and found absentee vote-by-mail efforts have little impact.







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