Kyle Kondik

Control of U.S. Senate still a guess ahead of midterm elections

BY: - November 2, 2022

WASHINGTON — Democrats and Republicans have just a handful of frantic days left to convince voters who should control Congress before voting in the Nov. 8 midterm elections ends. The two political parties are spending millions on campaign ads and mailers in the dozens of toss-up races that will determine control of Congress, while President […]

2020 Dem nomination contest comes to Ohio this week

BY: - March 9, 2020

With two frontrunners remaining, the Democratic presidential primary is at last turning its attention to Ohio. Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders have announced plans to campaign in Ohio on Tuesday. Both candidates will host events in Cleveland, with Biden also making a stop in Columbus.  Six states vote on Tuesday, with the most delegates being […]

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Lower-income Americans continue to be divided politically, despite their shared interests

BY: - January 7, 2020

Six in 10 lower-income Americans describe the economy as fair or poor, according to a survey out from Pew Research Center last month. Majorities of upper-income and middle-income Americans say current economic conditions are excellent or good, the research showed. This seems obvious — people who are better off feel better about how well the […]