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All 11 Congressional Special Elections Have One Thing in Common

Political Theater Podcast, Episode 31

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There have been 11 special elections for the U.S. Congress in the last two years, and they all have one thing in common: Democrats have performed better than the partisan breakdown would suggest. Political Theater host Jason Dick breaks it all down with senior political writer Simone Pathé and elections analyst Nathan L. Gonzales.

Show Notes:
• No More Blue Wave Metaphors: 2018 Is About Too Many GOP Fires
• Trump Takes Post-Election Victory Lap Despite Close Races
• 3 Takeaways from the Ohio Special Election for the Midterms

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