Doubts about candidates tipped the scales in tightest races
ATLANTA (AP) — Casting his vote this month in one of the most politically competitive states in the U.S., Seung Lee happily backed Georgia Republican Gov. Brian Kemp's reelection.
Exit Polls Showed Candidate Quality Mattered
Associated Press: "Voters deciding to split their tickets or buck their party altogether may have helped Democrats mount a stronger-than-expected performance in the midterm elections.""AP VoteCast, an extensive survey of this year’s electorate, underscores how voters were selective in their ch
Splitting pairs: Doubts about candidates prompted more split-ticket voting in midterms, tipping scales in tight races
Campaign signs are seen the day before the midterm elections on Nov. 7 in Atlanta.Elijah Nouvelage/Getty ImagesATLANTA — Casting his vote this month in one of the most politically competitive states in the U.S., Seung Lee happily backed Georgia Republican Gov. Brian Kemp’s reelection. But when it came to the other top Republican on the ballot, Senate candidate Herschel Walker, he was uneasy.Walker “doesn’t know what he’s talking about,” said Lee…