A conservative columnist explains how once-Republican states are switching sides.
Less than twelve hours into the General Election campaign for Florida Governor, Ron DeSantis is already making mistakes.
Corey Stewart rose to become the Republican Party’s Senate nominee in Virginia with blatant appeals to racial division. Now his party fears they’ll be the ones who end up paying the price.
New polling shows Democratic nominee Ralph Northam continuing to lead Republican Ed Gillespie in the Virginia Governor’s race, but anything is still possible with three weeks to go until Election Day.
As expected, Hillary Clinton went with the ‘safe’ choice, and has selected Virginia Senator Tim Kaine as her running mate.
Former Virginia Senator Jim Webb is running for President for reasons I would assume make sense to him.
If Jim Webb runs for President, he will be the only candidate in either party who is on record defending the Confederate Battle Flag. And he’s thinking of running as a Democrat.
Rand Paul is carrying on a family tradition, winning the CPAC straw poll won many times by his father Ron.
Former Senator Jim Webb is the first Democrat to kinda, sorta, throw his hat into the ring for 2016.
Republican Senate candidate Ed Gillespie picked an odd issue on which to start his closing argument to Virginia voters.
Just in time for the midterms, Todd Akin is back to remind voters of the GOP’s problems with female voters.
The votes are in. And the outcome is meaningless.
The race for Virginia Governor turned out to be much closer than many predicted, but that should not be a surprise.
The Richmond Times-Dispatch has endorsed “none of the above” for governor of Virginia.
We’re actually not speculating about who might be running any more than we used to.
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul won a completely meaningless straw poll.
The GOP’s hopes of taking over the Senate in 2012 have all but slipped away, but there is another option.
Democrats Barack Obama and Tim Kaine have gained momentum in Virginia in weekend polling.
OTB bloggers give their best guesses on the House and Senate races.
It’s looking less likely that the GOP will be able to gain control of the Senate.
Left with a choice between their hawkish foreign policy and their supposed commitment to fiscal conservatives, Republicans will, without fail, spend the nation into debt.
National Republicans aren’t at all thrilled with Todd Akin right now.
Virginia could be the state that decides who controls the United States Government.
The battle is on for control of the Senate, but whoever wins is likely to have a very slim majority.
We may have Rick Santorum to deal with in 2016.
Virginian Republicans have heard of George Allen and not Eric Cantor, Ken Cuccinelli, Bill Bolling, Tom Davis, or Bob Marshall.
Virginia Senator Jim Webb is the last of a dying breed of Democrats, but his party may need him if it wants to remain competitive anywhere outside of a Blue State.
Michael Gerson argues that the source of our polarization isn’t the Democrats and the Republicans but the Ugly Party and the Grown-Up Party.