He’s campaigning in her home state and Amy Klobuchar’s, too. And may win both.
She decries swanky fundraisers and big money donors while benefiting from both.
Is the Sanders-Warren position too extreme for the general election?
While mildly embarrassing, it’s unlikely to have much impact on the race.
Has the party paid too big a price to attract suburban voters?
Republican chances to hold the Senate were boosted in West Virginia last night thanks to the fact that a fringe candidate was soundly defeated.
Donald Trump claims he won an Electoral College landslide. This is a bald-faced lie.
Reports of the demise of the Democratic Party have been greatly exaggerated.
Some Hillary Clinton supporters have a foolish and unworkable “plan” to steal Trump’s victory in the Electoral College. They should abandon it.
Nothing that happens tonight during the Vice-Presidential debate is likely to matter, so feel free to skip it.
Another day, another round of irresponsible demagoguery from Donald Trump.
A new poll shows Donald Trump barely winning in a state that should be solidly red.
The latest desperation bid from anti-Trump Republicans is guaranteed to make a GOP civil war more likely.
As the allegations of sexual harassment grow, reports are also growing that Roger Ailes may be out at Fox News much sooner than many may have anticipated.
The least likely choice ascends to the Number Two position on the Republican ticket.
It’s still early in the cycle, but Donald Trump’s poll numbers are already historically bad.
A first look at the Electoral College paints a very grim picture for Donald Trump and the GOP.
Primary turnout is not predictive of general election outcomes.
In a new Gallup poll, Republicans say they want a “conservative” as their Presidential nominee, but they may regret what happens if they get the kind of hard-right conservative they seem to be thinking of.
Ben Carson and his supporters would have you believe that he is being subjected to unprecedented and unfair scrutiny. That assertion is completely false.
Everything old is new again.
The nastiest campaign ad of the 2014 cycle is here, and Wendy Davis should be ashamed of it.
Rather than being a bad thing, negative campaigning is an essential part of our political system.
The Democratic Party appears to have a lock on a substantial part of the Electoral College. That poses a problem for Republicans.
As most rational observers expected, President Obama has carried Pennsylvania, like every Democratic nominee four the last five cycles before him.
There’s little evidence that Presidential debates can be game changers.
The GOP still hasn’t dealt with the legacy of George W. Bush.
Over the weekend, Mitt Romney was sounding more like Rick Santorum than himself.
The 2012 campaign is revealing once again that many conservatives have a view of President Obama not shared by the public at large.
A POLITICO analysis finds that “Obama and his top campaign aides have engaged far more frequently in character attacks and personal insults than the Romney campaign.”
Tonight’s convention speech is the most important speech Mitt Romney has ever given.
Mitt Romney is no more of a wimp than George H.W. Bush or John Kerry.