Upset Alert! Incumbent Losses During the 2020 Primary Election - October 2020

By Chris Dawson, FRSA Legislative Counsel
Wed, Oct 21, 2020

Certainly, there will be twists and turns up and down the ballot this fall, but the action got off to an early start in Florida’s August primary election. With the highest voter turnout in a primary in two decades, Floridians flocked to the polls on August 18 resulting in several rare upsets of incumbent lawmakers. Let’s explore these upsets and what they may signal for the November general election. Read More

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