Blue Tsunami Washes Over California, Thanks to Latecomer Democrats

On Election Day and into the following week, it appeared Republicans in California would retain four the seven competitive congressional seats in districts Hillary Clinton carried in 2016. But as elections officials slowly tally the provisional and vote-by-mail ballots, it appears Democrats have taken all but one race – and even that one appears to be in doubt.

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Most Important Race in Georgia May Not Be The Governor’s Race

The most important race in Georgia could be the one no one is paying attention to. While the national spotlight continues to shine on Georgia’s contentious gubernatorial race, which still hasn’t come to a definitive end nearly two weeks out from Election Day, the contest to replace Republican Brian Kemp as Georgia’s top elections official is already headed to a December runoff.

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Blue Wave Sweeps Inland in GOP Loss of Rural California Seat

A week ago on Election Night, Republicans had cause to believe the seawall they built against the predicted “blue wave” in California was going to hold up. Now, it looks like the wave will wash away the GOP’s remaining hopes for relevance in the Golden State as many of the slender leads held by congressional incumbents in competitive races have either vanished or narrowed.

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