Nicole Narea, Vox

Nicole Narea

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Washington, DC, United States

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Recent articles by Nicole:

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Kari Lake’s lonely and deeply absurd quest to challenge the Arizona election results

The Republican candidate for governor is still refusing to concede the race that made her a MAGA star. → Read More

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Donald Trump’s long history of enabling white supremacy, explained

Trump’s dinner with white supremacist Nick Fuentes was much more than a gaffe. → Read More

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The guy who got the midterms right explains what the media got wrong

The media fell for a false “red wave” narrative. Democratic strategist Simon Rosenberg explains what the media got wrong. → Read More

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The impact of Sam Bankman-Fried’s support for Democrats is massively overstated

The one-time crypto darling didn’t have much to do with Democrats’ midterms performance. → Read More

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Why Ron DeSantis’s post-midterms glow up may fade

Republicans are rallying around Ron DeSantis. Will it be enough in 2024? → Read More

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It’s official: Florida is a red state

The former swing state is now a lost cause for Democrats. → Read More

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Democrats have notched wins in state legislatures — with likely more to come

Democrats also could flip state legislatures in Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Arizona, and New Hampshire. → Read More

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What we know so far about the 2022 midterms, in charts

Senate and House results, the surprisingly strong performance of Democrats in governors’ races, and other 2022 midterm contests, explained through charts and graphs. → Read More

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The attack on Nancy Pelosi’s husband is the culmination of longtime GOP hate-mongering

For years, Republicans made Nancy Pelosi out to be a public enemy — the attack on her home is the result. → Read More

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Beto O’Rourke can’t win without suburban women. They don’t seem sold.

Abortion rights might not be enough to convince them. → Read More

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How Democrats can defend against Republicans’ soft-on-crime attacks

If not "defund the police," what should Democrats’ messaging on public safety be? → Read More

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Why Cheri Beasley might be Democrats’ most underrated Senate candidate

Cheri Beasley vs. Ted Budd: The race to replace retiring Sen. Richard Burr is actually competitive. → Read More

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The Crimea bridge explosion is a devastating blow to Putin and Russian morale

An embattled Putin suffers another loss in the annexed Ukrainian territory. → Read More

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The states where the midterms will directly decide the future of abortion access

Republicans are laying a path to gut abortion rights after Election Day. → Read More

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Ken Paxton keeps running. Will his legal issues ever catch up?

Texas voters will get to render a verdict before the courts do. → Read More

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Why Ron DeSantis is baiting Biden on the border

The Florida governor’s scheme to send migrants to Martha’s Vineyard is a transparent midterms ploy. → Read More

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Mitch McConnell’s “perfect” candidate might not win the Colorado Senate race

Republican Joe O’Dea says he’ll buck his party and Trump. → Read More

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Lindsey Graham’s national abortion ban bill makes the midterm stakes very clear

This 15-week proposed ban isn’t about "late-term" abortions. → Read More

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Yes, most Latinos are Christian. No, that doesn’t make them anti-abortion.

Why Latino voters have such a misunderstood stance on abortion. → Read More

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9 big questions about the midterms, answered

From the abortion fight to the Trump factor, 9 big questions about the midterms, answered. → Read More