The latest results and analysis of the midterm election from statewide races and ballot measures to races and measures in the Sacramento area.
Midterm election recap with CapRadio Politics Reporter Nicole Nixon
After weeks of analysis and speculation, we’re getting a picture that is still very much taking shape about how this Midterm is shaping up. From statewide, congressional, as well as local races and measures. Patience is key, and election results take days, in some cases weeks, to finalize. Some election races have already been called, and there are bigger themes and messages beyond this single election. We’re starting off with a statewide look. CapRadio Politics Reporter Nicole Nixon had a busy night bouncing around watch parties in Sacramento and joins us with what we know so far.
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We’re sifting through Midterm election results across the state and country. From the highly competitive races in California and beyond, the balance of Congress is still taking shape. Still, within the unknowns of election returns are broader themes and messages of where voters stand and what issues fueled them to the polls. We will have a roundtable of analysis with Laurel Rosenhall from the LA Times, political strategist Luis Alvarado and Paul Mitchell with the ballot tracking firm “Political Data Inc.”
The CapRadio news and digital teams have been on high alert over the last 13 hours since the polls closed, gathering and carefully organizing and analyzing the midterm election results. CapRadio Sacramento Government Reporter Kristin Lam and CapRadio’s Managing Editor of Digital Content Chris Hagan break down the latest on the races and measures in Sacramento.