Cost is their top priority... That is a higher success rate for Democratic women that in any election in the past decade, although Republican women have won primaries at these rates in other years. "Voters want to have a say". Opposition to Trump has not led to increased support for the Democratic Party as an institution, despite victories in certain races.
And though the House has flip-flopped over the last decade between Democratic and Republican control, the Senate has been firmly in the hands of the GOP for decades.
Denton County is knee-deep into election season, and Little Elm voters have one final chance to influence the primary election. Still, the GOP primary turnout was far bigger than Tuesday's Democratic vote.
The boost in Democratic Party votes was not significant.
In short, the Democratic Party is still dominated by elected officials and power brokers who appear to be deeply anxious that a future progressive upsurge of political engagement could loosen - or even end - their corporate-funded grip on the party.
Cordray, who resigned earlier this year as the head of a consumer watchdog federal agency proposed by Warren and created under the Barack Obama administration, will face Mike DeWine, the veteran Republican office-holder who ousted him as attorney general in a close 2010 contest.
Completed vote-by-mail ballots can be dropped off before election day at the elections division or in one of the two 24-hour ballot drop-off boxes in front of the Hall of Administration at the Government Center.
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Gary Reese, who is running for Commissioner Precinct 4, reminded voters that "we still need to come out to vote".
In the four-man March 6 Republican Primary race, Reese garnered 450 votes to 249 for Wooldridge, 177 for Russell Cady and 96 for Thomas Salazar III. Although 70% overall say Trump should testify for Mueller's investigation if asked, that stands at just 39% among Republicans, down from 54% saying the same in March.
Democrat Matthew Nelson is running unopposed in Tuesday's primary to represent the 193rd Legislative District. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) by tying him to "weak" immigration laws at an event billed as an official tax roundtable. The Washington Post's "Mood of the Nation Poll" in February 2017 shows that only three percent of Trump voters would have voted for someone else if they could vote again, and less than one percent of them said they would cast their ballot for Hillary Clinton.
"I think that you can make a conclusion from these states that we should now be alert to in future states", said Kelly Dittmar, who wrote CAWP's analysis.
Messer wanted to be seen as the most trustworthy candidate, and Rokita often said he was only one that could beat Donnelly in November. She will face off against Republican incumbent Rep. Trey Hollingsworth, the son of a multi-millionaire real estate tycoon, who took the seat by an under-performing 14 points. That margin has narrowed in the new poll; 48% said they'd rather choose a candidate who opposes Trump, while 43% prefer a candidate who supports the President. In West Virginia, Don Blankenship, a millionaire coal baron who spent time in prison for conspiracy to circumvent safety regulations after an explosion at a mine he owned killed twenty-nine workers, appeared to be ahead in some late internal polls in the Republican primary for Senate.
Voters in Boone, Marion, Newton and Searcy counties will also vote in the Court of Appeals Associate Judge District 02, Position 01 race between Court of Appeals Judge Bart Virden and Johnnie Copeland.