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AMAC Magazine Exclusive – Seven Patterns Now Shaping the 2022 Midterms

By: Seamus Brennan


As Congress readies itself for the August recess, the political landscape has already transformed from the seemingly dire conditions for Republicans last winter. As we head toward the fall, the troubled terrain facing Democrats ahead is becoming clearer by the day. Here are the 7 developments that will define the remainder of 2021, and most likely the midterms next year

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1 year ago

All states should make ballot harvesting ILLEGAL.

1 year ago

Ensure that all states, not just some, enact election reform legislation to avoid the fiasco of the 2020 elections from being repeated. Any state allowing mass mail-in voting, drop boxes, ballot harvesting, dropping any need to validate voter ID to cast a ballot, etc., is just opening itself up for voter fraud on a massive scale. Once that is done, then you can worry about what issues may or may not shape the 2022 mid-terms. Until then, it is pointless to pontificate over the 2022 elections.

1 year ago
Reply to  PaulE

Reoublican controlled counties should withhold the count until the next day as well

1 year ago
Reply to  PaulE

Totally agree!

1 year ago
Reply to  PaulE

That’s the message that I am sending to my Congressperson Jamal Bowman, that he needs to look at understand exactly what the election laws are in NYS and how they accomplish all the checklist required—extra voting days ( early voting) with secure places to drop off absentee ballots, ability to register to vote via an affidavit ballot form last minute at any polling place. No one is denying access to voting in NYS but the individual voter has to choose how to vote by themselves. He knows this and I remind him often, so he can discuss this directly with AOC, who is also a NYS congressperson.

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