A 2020 blowout has long been presumed. But maybe it won’t happen.
Canada has more parties than the US, but still suffers representation problems due to FPTP elections.
Strange women lying in ponds distributing swords is no basis for a system of government!
Trump has pulled ahead in some individual polls but Biden continues to have a commanding lead.
Our screwy electoral system requires thinking about screwy scenarios.
Looking back at my predictions about the 2020 Democratic race.
Nate Silver now gives Biden an 87% chance of winning the nomination outright.
Women didn’t vote for her either. But that doesn’t mean sexism didn’t play a role in her loss.
A new poll seems to indicate that Democratic voters aren’t exactly jumping on the Mike Bloomberg train.
Even when it comes from his favorite propaganda network, Donald Trump doesn’t like bad news.
Kamala Harris’s post-debate rise in the polls appears to be losing momentum as we head into the second debate.
The President unleashed another racist attack, this time on Maryland Congressman Elijah Cummings.
Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar became the latest Democrat to enter the 2020 race on Sunday.
At least for the moment, the fight over Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court appears to be helping Republicans rally their base for November. The question is whether it will last after the fight is over.
As expected, a Republican won the Special Election in Arizona’s 8th Congressional District, but it’s not a win Republicans should really be celebrating.
Great Britain heads to the polls today.
Republicans are finding that their constituents aren’t very happy about the passage of the American Health Care Act.
French voters face a stark choice in the May 7th runoff for President. Hopefully, they’ll make the correct choice.
With just one day to go, Clinton’s paths to victory continue to look far more realistic than Donald Trump’s.
A look at the Electoral College shows that It is far more likely that Hillary Clinton will win the election than that Donald Trump will.
Seven days from now, millions of Americans will be headed to the polls. So far at least, Hillary Clinton is still the front runner.
Two weeks before Election Day, everything seems to be going Hillary Clinton’s way.
With twenty-one days to go until Election Day, things are looking very good for Hillary Clinton.
Last night’s debate was indeed the low point everyone anticipated it would be, but it seems unlikely to change the status quo.
As we head into the second Presidential debate, Hillary Clinton looks to be in very good shape.
With five weeks to go, the momentum in the race is moving decidedly in Hillary Clinton’s favor.
Democratic hopes of retaking the Senate aren’t going so well at the moment.
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.
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.
It’s the traditional start of the campaign season, and the race for President is getting close, at least at the national level.
With ten weeks to go ,there’s been some tightening in the polls but Hillary Clinton continues to maintain a commanding lead in the race for the White House.