Why Fewer Americans Are Likely To Vote For A Republican Governor And A Democratic Senator

2022 Election

Why Fewer Americans Are Likely To Vote For A Republican Governor And A Democratic Senator And vice versa. By Geoffrey Skelley

Oct. 12, 2022, at 6:00 AM

New Hampshire is one of several states that could elect a governor from one party and a U.S. Senator from another this November. Scott Eisen / Getty Images This November, Vermont voters look very likely to reelect Republican Gov. Phil Scott and to send Democratic Rep. Peter Welch to the U.S. Senate. Considering the candidates, the partisan disconnect between these two major statewide races might not seem shocking. After all, Scott

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