That would be about 20 percent of voters who have already voted. Stephen Farnsworth, at the University of Mary Washington says that might indicate a lack of enthusiasm — “You would anticipate with a bit more early voting,” he said.
“There is a base of Republican support for Senator Chase before and after the censure vote,” said Stephen Farnsworth, a professor of political science at the University of Mary Washington.
Professor Stephen Farnsworth of the University of Mary Washington in Virginia said that former Vice President Joe Biden’s electoral advantage continues to grow in several key swing states as piles of mail-in ballots are being counted.
Political analysts in the state such as Steve Farnsworth, a professor at the University of Mary Washington, have said that while changing demographics have made the state bluer, it is far from California. The analysts are right, despite what a number of conservatives claim.
Stephen Farnsworth, a political science professor at the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, thinks Bloomberg’s unique reputation in the state could certainly help him on Tuesday, but maintains that the state is still up for grabs. “What [Bloomberg] has done historically in Virginia, in terms of supporting candidates who favored gun control, has built up some IOUs among Virginia Democrats,” he says.
Dr. Farnsworth’s segment starts at 36 minutes into the program.