Last quote by David Daley
It's entirely possible that in a special election, and having raised that kind of money, that a Democrat could sneak away and win this race in a district where Trump has always had trouble. The district lines present a serious and significant structural problem, and Democrats could spend $8.3 million on this race and [even if they win] turn around and hand the district back to Republicans in 2018. And if so, what have they invested all that money in?feedback
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Quotes by David Daley
Apr 18 2017
These special elections are fool's gold for Democrats.feedback
Apr 18 2017
Virginia's governor's race will be on the ballot in 2017, and Republicans have both houses of the legislature in Virginia. If Republicans win the governor's race in Virginia, they would have an additional trifecta of the governor and both houses of the legislature – it would make 26 [Republican trifectas] of 50 states if they can win the governor's race. And the governor who is elected in Virginia in 2017 will be in office and have veto power over the Congressional and state legislative maps in 2021. So that is an essential race.feedback
Apr 18 2017
That money could go a long way toward investing in the kinds of essential state legislative races and governors' races that will be responsible for redrawing the district lines after the 2020 census. If Democrats are looking for an 'impact race' to spend their dollars on in 2017, the most important one out there is the governor's race in Virginia.feedback
Apr 11 2017
Democrats can’t resist a savior, and they’ve placed an $8.3 million dollar bet that they’ve found one in Jon Ossoff, a 30-year-old newcomer now the surprising front-runner for a congressional seat in one of Atlanta’s conservative suburbs that hasn’t turned blue since 1976. The enthusiastic volunteers, celebrities, and record number of small-dollar donors flooding Georgia’s .feedback
Mar 29 2017
Someday, when Paul D. Ryan and John A. Boehner reflect on the difficulties of herding a fractious House Republican caucus, they’ll both be haunted by the onetime owner of a western North Carolina sandwich shop-turned-Capitol Hill power broker: Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.). Back in summer 2015, Meadows targeted then-speaker Boehner by filing a “motion to .feedback
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