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Power Shift: The 2010 Midterm Elections. Dr. Will Miller Southeast Missouri State University. National Overview—House. National Overview—Senate. National Overview—Governors. State Legislatures. Michigan Indiana Ohio Minnesota Wisconsin North Carolina Alabama New Hampshire

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Power shift the 2010 midterm elections

Power Shift: The 2010 Midterm Elections

Dr. Will Miller

Southeast Missouri State University





State legislatures
State Legislatures

  • Michigan

  • Indiana

  • Ohio

  • Minnesota

  • Wisconsin

  • North Carolina

  • Alabama

  • New Hampshire

  • Roughly 700 GOP pick-ups total



What all has happened
What All Has Happened?

  • Not typical voting recently

    • 2008 approaches 1964 (>60%)

    • Not repetitive voters

  • Missteps by Obama

    • Back to Carter re: experience

    • Healthcare—smokes out conservatives and insurance company $$$

    • But America is more worried about economy and jobs

  • Partisanship

    • Nobel, Olympics, Wilson, Greyson

  • Money

    • Citizens’ United

    • CO example ($6m v. $30m)


The big picture
The Big Picture

  • Legislative agenda?

  • Potential vulnerable Senators in 2012

    • 21D-2I-10R

  • Obama’s chances in 2012?


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