By Jason Dick, Nathan L. Gonzales, and Evan CampbellPosted November 3, 2021 at 11:38am
Gubernatorial elections this week in Virginia and New Jersey showed a huge swing toward Republicans in two states previously thought of as solidly Democratic. The way politicians react to the elections will be hugely significant and will affect everything from the congressional agenda to 2022 recruiting and messaging.
CQ Roll Call elections analyst Nathan L. Gonzales joins the Political Theater podcast to offer his takeaways from 2021’s off-off-year elections.
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