Implications for Alabama and the GOP as well as considerations on the evolution of American politics.
Tommy Tuberville is likely the next Senator from the state of Alabama.
This is more about structural conditions than it is about the GOP.
Surprising news from an unsurprising process.
Jeff Sessions is running to win back his old Senate seat, putting into play the possibility of a clash with President Trump.
Former Senator and Attorney General Jeff Sessions is reportedly considering running for his old Senate seat.
Former Astronaut Mark Kelly is posing a big challenge to Senator Martha McSally in Arizona.
Georgia Senator Johnny Isakson will retire at the end of 2019, setting up a contest in 2020 to fill the remainder of his term.
In the battle for Senate control in 2020, the conditions appear to favor Republicans. At least for now.
A considerable number of Republican have effectively left our party over Donald Trump. Should we go all the way?
In the first poll since he entered the race, Roy Moore finds himself in third place in the race for the 2020 Republican Nomination for Senate in Alabama.
Much to the chagrin of Republicans hoping to win back a Senate seat they never should have lost, Roy Moore is running for Senate again in Alabama.
Republicans nationwide are trying to discourage Roy Moore from running for Senate again. Roy Moore doesn’t care.
Some reports are saying that Roy Moore will run for the GOP nomination for Senate again in 2020.
Roy Moore has not said that he’s running for Senate again in Alabama, but he’s already threatening to up-end the race for the GOP nomination.
Disgraced former Chief Justice of Alabama Roy Moore is apparently “seriously considering” running for Senate in 2020.
Roy Moore, who lost a Special Election to replace Jeff Sessions in 2017 after being hit with allegations of sexual harassment and sexual assault, isn’t ruling another bid for the same seat.
Congressman Bradley Byrne has entered the race to challenge Doug Jones for the Senate from Alabama in 2020. This seat is likely to be a Republican pick-up regardless of who the Republicans nominate.
William Barr was easily confirmed as Attorney General in a 54-45 votes that included three Democrats crossing over to support him.
Not surprisingly, the President’s proposed shutdown deal is not being received well by Democrats on Capitol Hill.
Despite their rhetoric, Republicans in Congress have shown through their own inaction that they don’t really support the President’s border wall.
As the shutdown drags on, Mitch McConnell finds himself facing pressure from the White House and from members of his own caucus.
Before even taking office, Mitt Romney is taking on the President. It’s a good sign, but we’ll see what it leads to.
Republican Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith has made several mistakes since Election Day, but she’s likely to win tomorrow’s runoff election.
With the recounts over we can officially say that Rick Scott will be the next Senator from Florida.
A Senate race in Mississippi could end up being the deciding factor in the battle for control of the Senate.
Republicans intend to “plow through” on the Kavanaugh nomination even after yesterday’s hearing, but it’s not clear that they have the votes to confirm him.
Former President Jimmy Carter is warning his party against drifting too far left as we head into the midterms and, beyond that, the 2020 campaign cycle.
With less than two months to go before the midterm elections, President Trump’s job approval numbers are hitting new lows.
The nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh is, effectively, assured. Democrats should be careful about how much further they push their opposition.
Day One of questions for Judge Brett Kavanaugh went about as you’d expect.
Republican candidate Troy Balderson was declared the winner of a Special Election in suburban Central Ohio, but the fact the race was even close should worry Republicans nationwide.
The midterm elections are still four months away, but Democrats are already making moves to prepare for the race for their party’s Presidential nomination in 2020.
At least in these early days, Democrats appear to lack a coherent message, or a coherent strategy, to propel any effort to block Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court.
President Trump is reportedly considering the 47-year-old Utah Senator to replace Anthony Kennedy.
Has the party paid too big a price to attract suburban voters?
As expected, Gina Haspel was confirmed as C.I.A. Director yesterday despite her controversial record when it comes to torture.
At least one red state Democrat will be voting against Gina Haspel.
National Republicans are increasingly concerned that an upstart, racist candidate who has unleashed personal attacks on Mitch McConnell’s family will sneak through and win tomorrow’s primary to decide who will face Joe Manchin in November.
Failed Senate candidate Roy Moore is suing several of the women who accused him of sexual misconduct during last year’s campaign.