A Baldwin Wallace University statewide survey reveals that the Ohio governor’s race is a statistical tie. In a two-way race, DeWine holds a 42% to 40% advantage over Democrat Richard Cordray among voters stating a preference. More than 18% say they remain unsure about how they will vote for governor.
When voters go to the polls, they aren't just voting for the candidate who best represents their views--they're also voting strategically to shape the balance of power between parties in the legislature.
Two Delaware Democrats are dominating opponents by large margins that fall in line with the predicted “Blue Wave” natiowide. In addition to heavy leads, U.S. Sen. Tom Carper and U.S. Rep. Blunt Rochester are beating their Republican foes in areas that went heavily for Donald Trump in 2016.
A Baldwin Wallace University survey reveals that a strong majority of likely Ohio voters have magnified the significance of the 2018 midterm elections, with nearly 58% saying that voting this November is more important than in previous midterms.
A vastly expanding gap in age, gender and diversity is creating an even deeper divide between the Republican and Democratic parties. And a Vanderbilt University law expert on the 26th Amendment says this chasm between the nation’s largest generation—millennials— and baby boomers is exacerbating voter discrimination.