TMc: All I Know about Midterm Elections 2018, U.S. Senators | Beaufort County Now

First, this does not included local state elections like Governor. The timing is just a coincidence if they occur during the Federal Elections. U.S. House Representatives, Midterm Elections 2018, low information voter
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TMc: All I Know about Midterm Elections 2018, U.S. Senators


    First, this does not included local state elections like Governor. The timing is just a coincidence if they occur during the Federal Elections.

    Second, all U.S. House Representatives have midterm elections... they have two year terms.

    Third, U.S. Senators have 6 year terms and state elections are staggered to avoid total reorganization confusion.

    Conclusion: If you are a LIV (low information voter) vote in the Presidential Election and leave local and Midterms to the Political Science majors. In recent elections, about 60% of the voting eligible population votes during presidential election years, and about 40% votes during midterm elections.

    BCN articles informed me that we have One President, Two Senators from each state regardless of population, and a Representative for each state district (approximately 250,000 folks in each).

    In lotto terms, your vote odds are 1 in 100 million for President, 1 in 5 million for Senator and 1 in 250,000 for Representative. These numbers are total SWAG. (Scientific Wild # Guess)

    Your best odds for influence are local elections. Good luck. MAGA.




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( July 9th, 2018 @ 6:56 pm )
 
22 Democrats, 8 Republicans, and 2 Independents are up for re-election. Of those 10 Democrats are up in states that Trump won and 1 Republican is up in a state that Clinton won



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