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NOW AVAILABLE: The Red Ripple Tells the Story of the 2022 Midterm and Looks Ahead to 2024

The Center for Politics’s latest book — The Red Ripple: The 2022 Midterm Elections and What They Mean for 2024 — is now available. Edited by the Crystal Ball team of Larry J. Sabato, Kyle Kondik, and J. Miles Coleman along with our Center for Politics colleague Carah Ong Whaley, The Red Ripple brings together top political journalists, analysts, and academics to examine every facet of the 2022 election and what the results will mean for the nation moving forward.

Crystal Ball readers can get 25% off by using the code RLFANDF25 when purchasing the book directly through the publisher, Rowman and Littlefield. The book is also available through Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and other book retailers.

Chapters and contributors are:

1. Another Confounding Election, Larry J. Sabato

2. Donald Trump and the Vanishing Red Wave, Alan Abramowitz

3. 2022 Primaries: Setting the Table for November, Rhodes Cook

4. Not Much but Good Enough: The GOP’s House Takeover, Kyle Kondik

5. The Senate: Sticking with the Devils They Know, J. Miles Coleman

6. Governors and State Legislatures, Mary Frances McGowan

7. The Red Ripple of Election Denialism, Carah Ong Whaley

8. A Year of High Turnout, New Rules, and Changes in How We Vote, Grace Panetta

9. How Overturning Roe v. Wade Hijacked the Midterms, Natalie Jackson

10. Black Republicanism in the Red, Theodore R. Johnson

11. A Growing Political Force: Asian Americans in the 2022 Election, Edward Berdan and Natalie Masuoka

12. Mixed Signals from 2022’s Latino Voters, Mark Hugo Lopez

13. Mainstream and Social Media in the Midterm Elections, Diana Owen

14. Emerging Campaign Finance Trends and Their Impact on the 2022 Midterm Election and Beyond, Michael E. Toner and Karen E. Trainer

15. So Why Wasn’t It a Wave? Sean Trende