Professors React to Midterms: From Raging at 'Bigots' to 'Beto 2020'

Professors React to Midterms: From Raging at 'Bigots' to 'Beto 2020'

Mark Copelovitch, a political science professor at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, tweeted out the “Senate popular vote.” The tally shows the total votes Senate candidates received for each party.

Republicans: 31,490,026 votes (43.0%) Senate seats: Republicans +3 — Mark Copelovitch (@mcopelov) November 7, 2018

“What Beto O’Rourke did in Texas was absolutely amazing and—while I’m certainly not announcing support for any candidate—I do believe, fervently, Beto should run for President of the United States in 2020,” he tweeted.

Duke University Political Science Professor Ashley Jardina stated that the United States didn’t move as far to the left as she had expected.

University of Southern Mississippi Economics Professor Edward Sayre said that President Trump energized both Democrats and Republicans to head to the polls.

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