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.
— Brookings Governance (@BrookingsGov) November 4, 2014
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.
A how-to guide to watching election returns tomorrow like one of the pros: http://t.co/J1kViRY37v
— Bill Galston (@BillGalston) November 4, 2014
— Elaine Kamarck (@EKamarck) November 3, 2014
Jonathan Rauch (@jon_rauch)—Governance Studies senior fellow, contributing editor to National Journal and The Atlantic.
Marijuana is on, marriage is off, guns are a mess. Good roundup of state ballot initiatives. http://t.co/SMVxJPvfVO
— Jonathan Rauch (@jon_rauch) September 26, 2014
Sarah Binder (@bindersab)—Governance Studies senior fellow, expert on Congress and legislative politics.
I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore… Would (could?) a GOP Congress govern in Washington?
— Sarah Binder (@bindersab) November 4, 2014
— John Hudak (@JohnJHudak) November 4, 2014
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.
Keys to Senate tonight: NC, NH, Colo., Iowa, Alaska. Dems need all 5 for majority without Kansas or runoff wins. 4 of 5 = long uncertainty.
— EJ Dionne (@EJDionne) November 4, 2014
Philip Wallach (@PhilipWallach)—Governance Studies fellow and the author of the upcoming book, Legality, Legitimacy, and the Responses to the Financial Crisis of 2008.
— Philip Wallach (@PhilipWallach) October 28, 2014
See Who the Most Influential Billionaires Have Been in 2014 Elections | Brookings Institution http://t.co/NZ6n5SCWoG
— Darrell West (@darrwest) November 3, 2014
William Antholis (@wjantholis)—Managing Director of Brookings, Governance Studies senior fellow.
— William Antholis (@wjantholis) November 1, 2014