The margins for 2024 are likely to be slim. But that hides a larger story.
The longtime Senator and Vice Presidential and Presidential nominee is gone at 98.
The annual gathering showed us what the Republican Party would become years ago.
Former North Caroline Senator Kay Hagan has died,
A new poll finds President Trump trailing his potential Democratic opponents by huge margins among Latino voters.
A new poll shows President Trump struggling against four of his potential 2020 challengers. Should Republicans be worried and Democrats elated? It’s too early to tell.
In 2016, a crowded Republican field yielded an unlikely nominee. Could history repeat itself in 2020?
He’s a national treasure who has been appropriately honored for a lifetime of service and sacrifice. But this seems different.
The consolidation of Super Tuesday makes the current system even more broken than before.
With Pat Roberts retiring, Kansas Republicans are reportedly looking at Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to succeed him.
Before even taking office, Mitt Romney is taking on the President. It’s a good sign, but we’ll see what it leads to.
Though in poor health himself, Bob Dole made his way to the Capitol to pay his respects to his old friend and political rival.
George H.W. Bush,, who served his nation as a warrior, Congressman, Ambassador, Vice-President, and President, has died at the age of 94.
Is Donald Trump thinking about dumping Mike Pence in 2020? Probably not, but that’s not going to stop the speculation.
After a week, the race for the GOP nomination for Kansas Governor is over. Now it’s on to what could be an interesting General Election.
Kris Kobach, the controversial Secretary of State of Kansas who is also a Trump ally, holds on to a slim lead in the GOP Primary for Governor.
The Vietnam memorial helped heal a gaping wound. What purpose will this one serve?
Donald Trump’s former Campaign Manager was sent to jail, a move that likely increases the pressure on him to cooperate with Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.
Rex Tillerson was an awful Secretary of State who simply had to go, It’s quite possible his successor will be an even greater disaster.
I’ve been something of a political news junkie for 40 years now. This year has burned me out.
Republican candidates for the Senate and House are campaigning on the argument that they will be a bulwark against a Clinton Presidency.
Has any major party nominee for president ever damaged his reputation in this manner?
With the lone exception of Bill Clinton in 1996, Arizona hasn’t gone for a Democrat since 1948. That streak could end this year.
House Republicans are vowing to continue their investigations even if Hillary Clinton wins the White House.
Don’t be fooled into thinking that the election is “over,” because it isn’t.
Not surprisingly, Latino voters are heavily turned off by Donald Trump and seemingly quite eager to vote against him in the fall.
New polling from the states has good news for Hillary Clinton, and an even less plausible path to 270 for Donald Trump.
It’s still early in the cycle, but Donald Trump’s poll numbers are already historically bad.
One week before the South Carolina Primary, the remaining Republican candidates for President clashed in a headed debate.
Donald Trump continues to lead, while Marco Rubio surges, in the first polls out of New Hampshire since the Iowa Caucuses.
Rick Perry is endorsing Ted Cruz for President, leading to the question of why Ted Cruz thinks an endorsement from Rick Perry has any value whatsoever.
The flagship of the American right is leading the charge against Donald Trump, but it’s not likely to work.
Chris Christie has gotten the endorsement of the biggest newspaper in New Hampshire, but it’s not clear that this will have any impact on the race.
Marco Rubio is taking heat for missing a lot of Senate votes since he started running for President, but he’s not really any worse than other legislators who have run for President.
Two new Iowa polls show Ben Carson passing Donald Trump in the Hawkeye State, but that’s not necessarily good news for Republicans.
None of the top eight candidates in current polls have made a previous bid for the nomination.
Polling in three battleground states shows Hillary Clinton slightly trailing three top Republicans, but it means far less than you might think.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker will be entering the race for President later this month, but it’s unclear if his recent turn to the hard right will help him or hurt him.