In the aftermath of the 2018 midterm elections, President Trump blamed the election losses of many Republican incumbents on their refusal to embrace his policies. Sarina Rhinehart, Grayson Kuehl, Amy Vanderveer and Braden Zimmerman have closely examined the performance of those Republicans who did and did not support President Trump in the midterms. They find that Republicans in […]
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