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Politics Podcast: More Effort For Democrats In The Rio Grande Valley

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Republican Mayra Flores won the actual election in Texas’s 34th Congressional District on Tuesday, warding off a runoff and flipping the longtime Democratic seat in Texas’s Rio Grande Valley. In this installment of the FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast, the crew recaps that scoot and assorted notable results from the June 14 primaries.

In Nevada, which Republicans will face off against incumbent Democrats in the highly aggressive deliver this autumn came into focal level. Four statewide Republican nominees maintain in spite of all the pieces dabbled in “Substantial Lie” conspiracy theories, including the nominee for secretary of deliver, Jim Marchant, who acknowledged he wouldn’t maintain licensed the 2020 election.

And in South Carolina, Trump’s endorsees against Republican incumbent representatives delivered a split resolution. Salvage. Tom Rice, one among ten Republicans who voted to impeach Trump, was defeated by Russell Fry. Salvage. Nancy Mace, who has been severe of Trump, defeated her challenger Katie Arrington.

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Nathaniel Rakich is a senior elections analyst at FiveThirtyEight. @baseballot

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