The political landscape is changing—drastically—this year, and some have sought to explain why.
Tom Bonier, CEO of Democratic-aligned data services firm TargetSmart, tweeted his observations about likely reasons for the sudden major uptick in Democratic political activity.
"Dobbs changed everything. But layer on top of that the Jan 6th hearings, Biden's Inflation Reduction Act win, gas prices dropping, Trump being viewed as the leader of the GOP, and the GOP putting forth far right candidates, and it makes sense that the GOP is undperforming badly."
Mustn't forget the most recent major change Biden has implemented:
Bonier also shared a wealth of data collected by TargetSmart earlier this week.
Bonier wrote in a recent New York Times OpEd:
"In my 28 years analyzing elections, I've never seen anything like what's happened in the past two months in American politics: Women are registering to vote in numbers I've never witnessed."
Many others on Twitter agreed with Bonier's assessments:
Some even dared to have a bit of hope for the 2022 midterms.
Even with evidence Dems are really showing up in numbers like never before, there's no time to become complacent.
GOP candidates certainly won't.