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Midterms Set to Shake Up an Already-Tumultuous Political Landscape

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Most political observers predict that Democrats, riding a wave of anti-Trump sentiment, are on track to retake the House and possibly the Senate on Nov. 6. But predictions aren't always on the mark — as evidenced by President Trump's own victory less than two years ago.

Regardless of who emerges as the big winners and losers of this month's midterms, the election will undoubtedly add more fuel to the explosive partisanship that has come to define American politics.

Despite this volatile voting landscape, some clear trends have emerged — among them, a re-energized Democratic base, women entering politics in record numbers and a president who continues to inspire both fierce devotion and loathing.

To suss out the key races, issues and personalities that will determine the political makeup of the 116th Congress and governorships of 36 U.S. states, Cogent Strategies has created a midterm roadmap to guide us through what is sure to be another momentous political contest.

Cogent Strategies is a top-ranked bipartisan team of strategic policy, communications, data and digital professionals with decades of experience crafting fully integrated, data-driven campaigns for clients large and small. For more information, visit cogent-strategies.com.

Click here to view a PDF of the Midterm Elections Roadmap in its entirety.

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Cogent Strategies is a top-ranked bipartisan team of strategic policy, communications, data and digital professionals with decades of experience crafting fully integrated, data-driven campaigns for clients large and small. For more information, visit cogent-strategies.com.

Last Edited on November 5, 2018