Category Archives: Nathan Gonzales

Are White Evangelicals the Saviors of the GOP?

by Nathan L. Gonzales of Inside Elections Amid all the talk about shifting demographics and political changes over the last decade, one key voting group has remained virtually unchanged: white evangelicals. Continue reading…

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Poll: Democratic Candidates Should Be Bolder on Gun Control

By Nathan Gonzales of Roll Call Gun control has been a third rail of Democratic campaigns, but a new poll suggests that Democratic candidates should embrace a bolder approach to restrictions on guns, even in general elections. I’m normally reluctant … Continue reading

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Rating Changes in 19 House Races: All Toward Democrats

By Nathan L. Gonzales of Roll Call In total, 68 GOP-held seats are now rated competitive Despite forecasts of a blue tsunami, it’s still not guaranteed that Democrats will win back the House majority. But the playing field of competitive … Continue reading

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Who Is Running the Mysterious PAC Supporting Roy Moore?

by Nathan L. Gonzales of Roll Call Brooke Pendley is a self-described “fire-breathing young female conservative patriot” out “to save Judge Roy Moore” with a newly formed political action committee, but good luck trying to find her beyond the fundraising … Continue reading

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