HM Political Director Bryan Goodman breaks down what happened in November and what it means going forward.
A debate between the three organizations sparked discussions about some of the most hot-button issues of the midterm elections.
Every two years voters across the country get the opportunity to indicate their approval or disapproval of their current president through the midterm elections. But the inhabitants of the White House won’t change, so why should we care?
By election day in 2020, despite the universal impact of COVID-19 and the subsequent regulations (i.e. mask mandates and lockdowns), perceptions of the pandemic differed wildly between Democrats and Republicans. How did such a universal problem as the COVID-19 pandemic become politicized?