Tired of watching political pundits debate tactics and policies back and forth on television instead of just telling you who’s winning and who’s losing?
So are we.
That’s why, on November 8th, 2022, we will be broadcasting our own election night coverage. There won’t be any bickering, or punditry, or partisan spin. It will just be us–Yesh Ginsburg, Steen Kirby, and a few guests–telling you what results are in, where they’re coming from, and what that means for each candidate’s path to victory.
We will be looking at some highly watched Senate and House races as each party views for control of Congress. There are also a fair number of hotly-contested Gubernatorial races to watch–as well as any local and state legislative elections that might have impact.
Our broadcast will begin at 6:15 PM Eastern on Tuesday, November 8th (Election Day), and we will embed the video in this article.
We will, as said, not focus on policies or punditry in favor of anyone, but we feel it’s important for listeners to know who we are and where we might be coming from. The goal is unbiased coverage, but since we acknowledge that everyone has some biases, we want you to know where we all stand in general.
Meet our Contributors
Steen Kirby is a Democratic political consultant and nonpartisan elections analyst with more than a decade of experience in U.S. politics.
Yesh Ginsburg is a center-right elections analyst who loves numbers. He dreams of being a combination of Nate Silver and Dave Wasserman, and views that level of detailed knowledge as a goal worth pursuring.
Ryan Brune is politically liberal elections hobbyist and mapmaker from Columbus, Ohio. His Twitter account is
@bruneelections. Go Bucks.
Ethan Chen is a self-described Moderate Democrat elections nerd from New Jersey. He can be found on Twitter @ECaliburSeven.