My friend Barry Casselman (The Prairie Editor) was on my show recently and reminded our listeners that a wave is not visible until the last 72 hours of the election. In other words, many pundits have been looking for the wave prematurely.
Any kind of true wave, moderate or heavy, does not appear visible until either just before election day, or when the vote is counted.
Waves are almost always late-breaking.
A true “wave,” in my opinion, would require many more undecided voters to vote Republican, and many Democrats to stay home.
A true wave would produce a net gain of 8-10 Republican senators, 11-15 Republican house members, and close to a draw in net new governors.
A “tsunami,” on the other hand, would bring in 11-15 new GOP senators, 16-25 new GOP house members, and the surprise of some net gains in GOP governors.
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