Top Republican donors are becoming increasingly concerned that Donald Trump isn’t paying enough attention to raising money for the General Election campaign.
Hillary Clinton is hoping to avoid an embarrassing loss in California to Bernie Sanders, and she just got some help from an unlikely source.
Mitt Romney will likely be the first challenger able to outspend a sitting president. He’ll need it.
A new poll finds that Republican policies on immigration are chasing Latino voters straight into the arms of the Democratic Party.
During the just concluded election season, eleven self-funded candidates spent a total of $ 286 million trying to win elections. Only two of them actually won.
Meg Whitman and Carly Fiorina didn’t lose because of corporate baggage or resentment over how much they spent on their campaigns but because they were Republicans.
Once again, the political media is wringing it’s hands over “negative” ads. As usual, it’s all a bunch of nonsense.
Politicians are, by definition, a bit abnormal. However, this year we seem to have more than our fair share of the truly odd.
The Lou Dobbs story simply underscores the fact that the illegal immigration debate is fundamentally about labor supply and demand.
Despite hopes that they could help reverse a 20 year trend, both Carly Fiorina and Meg Whitman are beginning to lose ground in their races for statewide office in California.
This November, California could become the first state in the nation to completely legalize the possession and sale of marijuana. And the battle over the ballot initiative is having an impact on other statewide races.
Political campaigns are engaging in a new form of “new media outreach” — paying bloggers for favorable coverage.
The Republican Party is keeping relatively quiet on the Proposition 8 ruling. That’s a good idea.