Competing in fourteen states plus overseas territories in one day is expensive.
Money has increasingly dominated American politics but the court case had little to do with it.
Iowa Congressman Steve King finds himself low on campaign cash and with virtually no support from his party.
At least some conservatives appear to finally be recognizing that their movement has been taken over by grifters and frauds. The only question is, what took them so long?
Steve King, who has recently come under attack for a long history of racist remarks, is facing a strong challenge for the GOP nomination in 2020.
The populist Democrat won’t be hosting fundraising dinners. Until the general election campaign, at least.
Bernie is back and running for President, but he’s likely to face a tougher road this time around.
Faced with a field that could be more crowded than the Republican field in 2016, Democrats have come up with a different solution to the rather obvious problem of debate scheduling.
New Jersey Senator Cory Booker is the latest entrant into the race for the 2020 Democratic Nomination.
A Special Election tomorrow in suburban Columbus, Ohio could tell us a lot about where the midterm elections might be headed.
Joe Crowley, widely considered in line to replace Nancy Pelosi as party leader in the House, has been defeated.
As Congress heads back to work, a corruption trial in New Jersey could have big implications for what happens on Capitol Hill.
Donald Trump continues to be Donald Trump. Which is quickly turning into a political disaster.
Some of the GOP’s top donors still aren’t sold on Donald Trump.
Donald Trump’s win last night made him the presumptive Republican nominee, whether Republicans will unify around him is another question.
To the surprise of no one, the alliance between Ted Cruz and John Kasich is already falling apart.
Hilary Clinton crushed Bernie Sanders in Mississippi, but was surprised by Bernie Sanders in Michigan. Nonetheless she still remains in control of the race.
Another big night for Donald Trump puts him another step closer to being the presumptive GOP nominee.
Bernie Sanders won two of the three Democratic contests last night, but he fell further behind in the delegate count any way and isn’t very far from being mathematically eliminated.
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul has dropped out of the race for the Republican nomination.
The flagship of the American right is leading the charge against Donald Trump, but it’s not likely to work.
If you were looking for evidence that the race for the Democratic nomination is basically over, you need look no further than last night’s Democratic Debate.
Democrat John Bel Edwards scored an easy victory over Senator David Vitter last night in Louisiana, and Vitter announced that he’d be leaving the Senate after his term is up.
Marco Rubio has won the support of a top Republican donor and bundler, giving a much needed boost to his campaign.
Rand Paul’s fundraising in the just completed quarter is disappointing enough that it’s clearly time for him to consider calling it a day.
For a variety of reasons, it’s unlikely that the Republican field will shrink significantly before the Iowa Caucuses.
Rick Perry’s campaign is already showing signs that it may not last long.
With just over a week to go, Republican candidates for President are fighting for the movement in the polls that could get them in to the August 6th debate.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker will be entering the race for President later this month, but it’s unclear if his recent turn to the hard right will help him or hurt him.
In a marked departure from recent cases, the Supreme Court rules that states can impose significant restriction on solicitation of campaign contributions in judicial elections.
Even for political junkies, the thrill seems to be gone.
New allegations regarding foreign government donations to the Clinton Foundation seem likely to become a campaign issue.
The GOP donor class would like the 2016 race to be short and sweet, but that’s unlikely to happen.
Arguably the most surprising Senate race of 2014 was in Virginia, and it’s not over yet.
Rich guys are backing organizations that are taking over traditional party functions. Is that a problem?
The likelihood of any action on gun control in 2014 is extremely limited