We won’t have whatshisname to kick around any more.
What if instead of the unit rule, states doled out electoral voter based on the proportion of votes each slate of electors received?
The erstwhile Tea Party Republican is making a run for President.
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.
David Koch, one-half of the Koch Brothers and the head of a wide-ranging business empire who also went on to have a huge impact on politics and cultural philanthropy, has died at the age of 79.
Justin Amash doubled down on his criticism of the President and his call for impeachment even as he came under fire from fellow Republicans.
Republican Congressman Justin Amash has always been a rebel within his own party, now he’s making that even more apparent.
A new poll shows that a majority of Americans say they won’t vote for President Trump in 2020. but that’s only half the battle for Democrats
Former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld is preparing for a primary challenge against Donald Trump. He won’t win, but he could still have an impact.
Former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld has rejoined the Republican Party, leading many to wonder if he’s considering a challenge to President Trump in 2020.
The way we elect Presidents make it unlikely that a third-party candidate like Howard Schultz could ever actually win the the Presidency.
Starbucks Founder Howard Schultz is considering an independent run for the Presidency. This would likely be good news for President Trump.
Gary Johnson was a successful two-term Governor in New Mexico. Now he’s making a bid to represent the Land of Enchantment in the U.S. Senate.
The Secretary of State of West Virginia has barred Don Blankenship, who came in third place in the GOP Primary, from mounting a third-party bid on the November ballot.
Republicans will hold their 2020 National Convention in the same city that hosted the Democrats back in 2012.
John Boehner is now pro-weed. The world just keeps getting weirder, man.
The ‘No Labels’ movement is back, and it’s as irrelevant to contemporary politics as ever.
A Federal Appeals Court has upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit filed by Gary Johnson and Jill Stein regarding their exclusion from Presidential debates.
Republicans are afraid to oppose Donald Trump for fear that his supporters will come after them.
While hardly the most compelling argument against an archaic institution, yesterday’s silliness was noteworthy.
The candidate I voted for got more than 200,000 votes for president than the winner. I’m okay with that.
Defying the odds and the polls, Donald Trump triumphed over Hillary Clinton to become the 45th President of the United States.
With just one day to go, Clinton’s paths to victory continue to look far more realistic than Donald Trump’s.
Even if you’re not sure who you should vote for, it’s obvious who you shouldn’t vote for.
Seven days from now, millions of Americans will be headed to the polls. So far at least, Hillary Clinton is still the front runner.
For now at least, it looks as though last week’s email news is having little impact on the state of the race for President.
Her numbers are steady; he’s reclaiming Republican voters.
Two weeks before Election Day, everything seems to be going Hillary Clinton’s way.
With the lone exception of Bill Clinton in 1996, Arizona hasn’t gone for a Democrat since 1948. That streak could end this year.
With twenty-one days to go until Election Day, things are looking very good for Hillary Clinton.
Donald Trump is facing potential trouble in a state that has gone for a Democrat only twice since the end of World War II.
As we head into the second Presidential debate, Hillary Clinton looks to be in very good shape.
Some early musings on a political fantasy that’s less implausible than it was 12 hours ago.
With five weeks to go, the momentum in the race is moving decidedly in Hillary Clinton’s favor.
With just hours before the first debate, and six weeks until Election Day, the race for President remains tight.
With just forty-nine days left in the campaign, and less than a week before the first debate, the race for President is tighter than ever.
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.
The election is now fifty-six days away and, while the race is tighter than it has been, it’s still one in which Hillary Clinton has seemingly all the advantages.
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.