Ten Twitter Accounts to Follow for Midterm Election Day Analysis


The 2014 midterm elections have arrived. This evening, Brookings experts who have studied the candidates, issues and voter sentiments shaping the midterms will be taking to Twitter to provide up-to-the-minute commentary as results roll in. Below are 10 accounts worth following—and some of their recent tweets about this unique election: (You can view the list on Twitter here.)

Brookings Governance Studies (@BrookingsGov)The Brookings Governance Studies program feed will be providing real-time updates, retweets and expert analysis of election coverage.


Bill Galston (@BillGalston)Governance Studies senior fellow, former policy advisor to President Clinton and presidential candidates, and expert on domestic policy, political campaigns, and elections.


Elaine Kamarck (@EKamarck)Governance Studies senior fellow, founding director of the Center for Effective Public Management.


Jonathan Rauch (@jon_rauch)Governance Studies senior fellow, contributing editor to National Journal and The Atlantic.


Sarah Binder (@bindersab)Governance Studies senior fellow, expert on Congress and legislative politics.


John Hudak (@JohnJHudak)Governance Studies fellow, managing editor of the FixGov blog


E.J. Dionne, Jr. (@EJDionne)Governance Studies senior fellow, Washington Post columnist and author of Our Divided Political Heart: The Battle for the American Idea in an Age of Discontent.


Philip Wallach (@PhilipWallach)Governance Studies fellow and the author of the upcoming book, Legality, Legitimacy, and the Responses to the Financial Crisis of 2008.


Darrell West (@DarrWest)—Vice president and director of Governance Studies, founding director of the Center for Technology Innovation at Brookings and editor-in-chief of TechTank


William Antholis (@wjantholis)Managing Director of Brookings, Governance Studies senior fellow.


You can view all Governance Studies experts on Twitter here, and all Brookings experts on Twitter here.