In the days leading up to Herschel Walker’s loss in Georgia’s Senate race on Tuesday, astute Republicans likely felt gloom because they knew he was already defeated. A mountain of absentee ballots served as the evidence. Any fair analysis of the GOP’s missteps in these midterms must take into account the party’s repeated choices to field unqualified Senate candidates (remember 2010?) and to pin its hopes on Trump once again (remember 2020?). However, the second important point is that the Republicans lost to the Democrats’ early-voting game and may be years behind in a fundamental shift in turnout strategies. The…
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