Kyle Kondik

Sabato's Crystal Ball / University of Virginia

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Kyle Kondik is managing editor of Sabato's Crystal Ball and director of communications at the University of Virginia Center for Politics. He is the author of The Bellwether: Why Ohio Picks the President.

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Last night saw the first major statewide elections since Donald Trump became President one year ago.  In New Jersey, and especially in Virginia, Democrats scored big victories.  Even…

A blue surge in Virginia elections and across the nation

Last night saw the first major statewide elections since Donald Trump became President one year ago.  In New Jersey, and especially in Virginia, Democrats scored big victories.  Even…

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As voting continues in the rest of the country, polls will be closing in the Eastern states -- most importantly, Florida.

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As voting continues in the rest of the country, polls will be closing in the Eastern states -- most importantly, Florida.

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