Podcast: Predictions on the Midterm Elections


On the latest episode of Housing Developments, co-hosts NAHB CEO Jerry Howard and Chief Lobbyist Jim Tobin make their predictions for next week's midterm elections. Tune in to hear who the co-hosts think will capture or hold onto seats in key House, Senate and gubernatorial races.

NAHB has provided members with election resources, and this episode is a can’t miss addition to those voting guides.

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