It would be nice if the legislature represented the voters and whatnot.
They could be overstating support for Democrats. Or understating it. Or be more or less right.
If the Democrats win back the White House in November, it’ll be no thanks to men.
He could lose the popular vote by an even larger margin in 2020—and still coast to re-election.
It’s the battleground states that are the issue, not small states v. large states.
Could the tide be turning in the Alabama Senate race against Roy Moore? At least some polling indicates the answer could be yes.
As expected, Hillary Clinton went with the ‘safe’ choice, and has selected Virginia Senator Tim Kaine as her running mate.
Another round of victories puts Donald Trump another step closer to the Republican nomination.
It seems increasingly apparent that the only way to stop Donald Trump now is by trying to force a contested convention. It also seems clear that such a plan probably wouldn’t succeed.
As expected, Hillary Clinton won big last night while Bernie Sanders largely floundered, thus going further toward making Clinton’s victory inevitable.
The 2016 election cycle is seeing “scientific” online polling become more prominent, but it’s unclear just how reliable it is.
Why Republicans nominate moderates for president and not other offices.
Marco Rubio’s performance in this week’s debate is once again leading to speculation about whether is about to have a breakout moment.
Quietly, Florida Senator Marco Rubio has been moving close to the front f the race for the Republican Presidential nomination.
Donald Trump’s support in the polls appears to become coming largely from people who don’t typically vote in primary elections.
Chris Christie is in the race for the Republican nomination, but it’s tough to see how he has a plausible path to relevance.
Mike Huckabee’s back, but the 2008 magic is gone.
Marco Rubio is the first Republican in the race who actually has a plausible chance to win the nomination, but it’s not going to be easy.
Some on the left are suggesting Democrats should write off the South for the foreseeable future, but that would be as foolish as Republicans assuming that their dominance in the region will last as long as Democratic dominance did in the century after the Civil War.
Based on the available evidence, there’s very little evidence that Voter ID laws had a significant impact on the midterm elections.
Early numbers seem to suggest that it depends on which state you’re looking at.
Polls continue to show that most Americans are largely tuning the midterms out.
Despite conventional wisdom, there remains little incentive for the GOP to change its position on immigration reform.
Much like the Tea Party, David Frum wants to make the GOP tent smaller.
With just hours to go, the Republicans on Capitol Hill seem prepared to take a big political risk.
The Romney campaign doesn’t seem too confident of its path to victory.
Mitt Romney has ground to make up if he’s going to catch the President and there’s not much time left to do it.
Last night’s debate was rough and tumble, but it’s unlikely to change the state of the race.
The arguments of the people claiming that every single poll showing Mitt Romney is unfairly biased do not stand up to scrutiny.
Who benefits from the Supreme Court’s ObamaCare ruling?