President Trump is reportedly considering boycotting the General Election debates next fall.
The Commission on Presidential Debates has released the schedule and criteria for the General Election debates. As usual, the criteria are heavily biased in favor of the major party candidates.
A Federal Appeals Court has upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit filed by Gary Johnson and Jill Stein regarding their exclusion from Presidential debates.
With just hours before the first debate, and six weeks until Election Day, the race for President remains tight.
Once again, the debate commission controlled by the two major parties is excluding third-party candidates from the Presidential debates.
Gary Johnson is doing better than any third-party candidate in twenty years, but that doesn’t mean he’s likely to get an invitation to the upcoming Presidential debates.
Libertarian Party Presidential candidate Gary Johnson doesn’t get much national press attention, and it doesn’t help when he flubs an answer like he did this morning.
A look at the state of the race before the two party conventions begin.
There’s little evidence that Presidential debates can be game changers.
Newt Gingrich was wondering where his audience was last night.
Conservatives seem to believe that Newt Gingrich can beat Barack Obama merely by debating him. They are delusional.
Can anyone bring the primary debate schedule under control?
A new law allows Presidential candidates to set up transition offices while they’re still running for election, perhaps providing an opportunity for shortening the 2 1/2 month interregnum between Election Day and Inauguration Day.