Posted BY: Jessica Curtis

For many years, it has been my contention that elections are won and lost based on the question voters think they are asking and answering when they go into the voting booth.  In 2022, that will remain the case.  However, for the first time in my career in politics, the question being asked will be different for voters in each party.

In the past, the basic topics receiving focus and attention were the same for Republicans and Democrats.  The differences were in what each party thought should be done about them.  Not in 2022.  Instead, and the data is overwhelming, what concerns Democrats versus what concerns Republicans is vastly different in nature.  The real question is where the 7-12 percent of voters who are truly up for grabs come down—not so much on what they want to be done, but rather on what they feel is more important to be prioritized.

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