Far Too Many House Seats Have Been Uncontested for Too Long

Will the 2018 midterms show that congressional races are finally more competitive?

Rolling Stone
Nov 6, 2018 · 6 min read
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November 6, 2018 — Voters cast their ballots for the mid-term elections at a polling station set up at Grady High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Georgia has a tight race to elect the state’s next Governor. Photo: Jessica McGowan/Getty Images

By Matt Taibbi

Sarah Rosier of Ballotpedia.com can’t remember a more active midterm election than today’s. Her organization, which calls itself the “digital encyclopedia of American politics,” has been…

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