Nov 19, 2018
McGuireWoods Consulting Election Coverage
The 2018 midterm elections were significant due to the volume of statewide races across the country with potential policy and political impact. McGuirewoods Consulting has been tracking developments at the state level and nationwide as transition teams step in for newly elected officials.
With footprint offices across the U.S. and a robust multistate strategies team, McGuireWoods Consulting has relationships with governors, attorneys general and legislators joining the ranks of civil service this January.
Find our detailed reports below, as well as various news stories where our experienced team members discuss what to expect in the next Congress and implications the midterm elections will have for the 2020 presidential election.
2018 U.S. State Election Results
An overview of the significance of the 2018 midterm elections, election resources and interactive maps of gubernatorial and attorneys general race results.
McGuireWoods Consulting's 2018 Midterm Elections Overview
Paul Reagan talks House Democrats, Stephanie Kennan analyzes new healthcare leadership, Ryan Bernstein discusses energy and agriculture, Michael Drobac explores the potential impact on technology with a divided Congress and Rob Wasinger discusses what to expect from the Trump administration post-midterms.
Emerging Technologies Washington Update - 2018 Midterm Election Overview
Read an overview of expected changes in leadership on congressional committees that shape policies that determine how businesses can integrate emerging technologies to be competitive in today’s economy.
Georgia Update: General Election Results
Voters in Georgia went to the polls Tuesday, Nov. 6, in record numbers.
Elections: What Happened in Georgia and What it Means for the Future
MWC senior advisor, Brad Alexander, examines the elections in Georgia - from a historically significant geographic realignment, to voter turnout, to an analysis on what these changes mean for redistricting in 2022.
|Michael Drobac Comments on Potential Privacy and Cybersecurity Changes in Split Congress
When Congress reconvenes in January, Democrats will be in control of the House for the first time in eight years. Lawmakers will continue to discuss privacy and cybersecurity issues, including whether there should be a federal standard for how companies should be allowed to use and safeguard consumer data and how to stop cyberattacks from foreign entities.