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Newton's third law of motion is basic physics, but perhaps it should be taught in political science classes as well. Because the third law of motion is essentially what is more commonly referred to as “the backlash,” and Virginians can see it in action as they head to the polls on Tuesday.

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Georgians are already heading to the polls, absentee and early voting proved decisive for the Democrats in the November election, helping to secure their victory in the Peach State. Will the same still hold in the 2021 January runoff elections? 

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In 2016, the polling errors that inaccurately predicted a win for Hillary Clinton were dismissed as an anomaly. However, in 2020 the Biden landslide predicted was not forthcoming. Why were the predictions so wrong? A look at the issues and where the polling industry can go from here.  

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Along the campaign trail, every bit of support helps, and one pivotal role is that of a campaign spouse. Are first lady Melania Trump and former second lady Jill Biden likely to draw voters to the polls? A look at political spouses and the new dynamic brought by male spouses to the campaign trail.

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The passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has turned the political world on its head, as President Trump attempts to find her replacement before November's election. Will this nomination help Joe Biden's campaign base or provide President Trump with a much-needed boost? Susan Estrich, a law professor and the first woman to manage a presidential campaign, shares her thoughts.

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