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    Professor: Nevada is ‘Ground Zero for 2018 US Mid-Term Elections’

    Famed political consultant and current pollster and Professor from Emerson College on why Nevada may hold the key for Democrats

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    Famed political consultant and current pollster and Professor from Emerson College on why Nevada may hold the key for Democrats plan to retake House

     

    Don’t crown the Democrats as lords of the House just yet.

    Noted pollster and Emerson College Professor Spencer Kimball is eyeballing a key battle site for the war for the United States’ legislative branch in the 2018 mid-term elections.

    “Nevada is, I think, ground zero for the 2018 mid-terms,” proclaimed Kimball in an exclusive interview with CLNS Media. 

    “Three out of the four congressional races are going to be competitive.  You got an open Governor’s race and a very competitive US Senate race.”

    During the 2016 Presidential election, Nevada was a unique state in which it was carried by the Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, yet seated a Republican Senator in Dean Heller.  The Heller seat is open this November.

    However, the political science Professor provided insight in that the GOP is “very bullish” on not just being able to claim the Nevada Senate seat, but also the Governorship and numerous seats to the US House from the Silver State.

    A slew of primaries are set to take place Tuesday, June 12th, to also go along with Maine, North Dakota, South Carolina, and Virginia.

    Nonetheless, according to Kimball, Nevada seemingly holds the keys to the US House.

    And how could certain results from today provide momentum to a currently-struggling, that may enable them to regain their footing and catapult them to a potential stunning comeback this November?

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