By Sally Persons

Following Tuesday’s final special election since Donald Trump took office, and with the 2018 midterm primaries winding down, the results signal a major concern for Republicans heading into the fall races: turnout.
Data indicate that the unique group of voters who swept Trump into office has not maintained its 2016 levels of enthusiasm, while Democratic fervor continues to rise. Coupled with the president’s job approval rating, which sits at 43.4 percent in the RealClearPolitics polling average, the dynamics resemble those President Obama experienced in 2010 when the GOP’s… …read more

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