What Happened in the TX-32 Congressional Election?

  1. The composition of the 2018 electorate leaned more Democratic than 2016 in terms of age and racial diversity.
  2. Relative to Clinton, Allred substantially improved his vote margin among key middle partisan groups in this predominantly suburban district.
  3. Additionally, Allred won over many of the ticket-splitters who, in previous years, had likely voted for Sessions and a Democrat at the top of the ticket.
  4. Finally, Allred did extremely well among early voters who were much younger and racially diverse than in past elections.




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