This information is compiled by Riley Newman. The most updated information will always be available at this link. State races are assigned a “degree of competitiveness code” from 1 (tossup) to 4 (solid D or R). Competitiveness code: (1) at least one “tossup”; (2) no tossup, one or more “leans”; (3) “solid” and “lean” mix; […]
The Council for a Livable World hosted a Town Hall with Executive Director John Tierney August 14, 2018, featuring questions submitted by you, our supporters. Watch his comments on North Korea denuclearization, treaties with Russia and prospects for the 2018 midterm elections below.
The Council for a Livable World was among organizations who sent a letter to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell May 4 asking him to reject the proposal in the 2018 Nuclear Posture Review for a new “low-yield” warhead for the Trident II D5 submarine-launched ballistic missile. “This new weapon is unnecessary and would increase the risk […]
Compiled by John Isaacs Updated March 26, 2018
By John Isaacs After several frustratingly close losses in House special elections, Democrats came close to running the table on November 7. Some key takeaways: The election results, particularly in Virginia, were a major shot in the arm for Democrats. Virginia Democratic candidate for governor Ralph Northam won by approximately nine points, far exceeding the […]