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Welcome to our blog series on the 2022 US midterm elections.

Looking ahead to elections across the US in 2022, this mini-series explores aspects of elections at the presidential, Senate, House of Representative and state levels, and also reflects on what the results will mean for US politics moving forward. If you are interested in contributing, please contact Rob Ledger (ledger@em.uni-frankfurt.de) or Peter Finn (finn@kingston.ac.uk).


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