The GOP’s most vulnerable incumbent is still looking very vulnerable.
New polling from the states has good news for Hillary Clinton, and an even less plausible path to 270 for Donald Trump.
In the space of one week, we’ve gone from 19 states that recognize same-sex marriage to 29. Soon, it will be 35.
Two more states are added to the list, with another three likely not far behind.
The fight for marriage equality takes another step forward.
Republican problems among Latino voters could have an influence on several close races this year.
What would the Nevada Senate race look like if “none of the above” could actually win?
At least in Nevada, there appears to be little evidence of an enthusiasm gap between Republicans and Democrats, which is potentially good news for Harry Reid.
Last night’s one and only Nevada Senate Debate was an embarrassing affair all around, but it most likely sealed the electoral doom of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.
Harry Reid think it’s his Constitutional duty spend other people’s money and bring it home to Nevada. His constituents seem to have other ideas this year.
The Nevada Senate race is, in many ways, a three-way in which none of the above could be a spoiler for Angle.
Harry Reid has spent the summer trying to portray is opponent as a kook. So far, it’s working.
Sharron Angle’s views about the role of religion in politics are disturbingly similar to those of people who believe that the Bible itself should be the law of the land.
Sharron Angle has moved on from Second Amendment solutions to First Commandment ones…
Despite her mis-steps, Sharron Angle still has a shot at beating Harry Reid in November
Angle is smartly focusing her commercials on the economy, and it is helping her numbers.
If one wants to be a US Senator, one is going to have to learn to talk to the press.