There are at most eight toss-up states for the 2024 Presidential election.
They’re searching for good times. But just wait and see.
President Trump’s destruction of longstanding norms continues under his successor.
The Senate’s last conservative Democrat is taking President Biden’s call for unity seriously.
Even as candidates like Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders continue to base their campaigns on it, Democrats appear to be growing skeptical of ‘Medicare For All.’
Elizabeth Warren’s fellow Democrats aren’t so thrilled with her ‘Medidare For All’ plan.
On a day that called for national unity and empathy, President Trump couldn’t help but revert to form.
It’s still early in the 2020 cycle, but Democratic candidate are finding rally attendees focused on one thing. Beating Donald Trump.
Beto O’Rourke hasn’t officially said that he’s running for President, but he’s certainly sending all the signals you’d expect from a Presidential candidate.
Democratic candidates for President are quickly voicing support for marijuana legalization.
Former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper is the latest entrant into an already crowded Democratic field.
Washington Governor Jay Inslee is running for the Democratic nomination for President on a platform primarily focused on climate change. Whether that helps distinguish him from a growing field of candidates remains to be seen.
For now,former President Obama is staying on the sidelines in the race for the Democratic nomination.
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.
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren is the latest entrant into an already crowded field for the Democratic nomination.
Bernie Sanders has not officially said that he’s running for President, but he’s reportedly planning a much more aggressive campaign than what we saw in 2016 if he does.
Sherrod Brown pulled off the only statewide Democratic victory in Ohio on November 6th. Because of that, he’s being looked at as a potential 2020 candidate for President.
The nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh is, effectively, assured. Democrats should be careful about how much further they push their opposition.
The midterm elections are still four months away, but Democrats are already making moves to prepare for the race for their party’s Presidential nomination in 2020.
The White House physician is accused of excessive drinking on the job and improperly dispensing medication among other offenses.
A purported ‘short list’ of potential running mates for Hillary Clinton is out. Here’s how the candidates stack up.
Less than a week before what may be the most important week of the campaign, Donald Trump is in very good shape. Marco Rubio and John Kasich? Not so much.
Republicans on Capitol Hill are talking about fundamentally changing what it means to be an American, and it’s a bad idea.
Another round of election losses is leading Democrats to contemplate the direction they should take going forward.
Why won’t the “women don’t get pregnant from rape” meme die?
Once again, politics is dictating military policy.
The impact of outside spending on the election turned out to be far less consequential than many had feared.
The GOP’s hopes of taking over the Senate in 2012 have all but slipped away, but there is another option.
OTB bloggers give their best guesses on the House and Senate races.
The Romney Campaign is reportedly planning a more aggressive campaign against the President for the fall.
Ohio voters overwhelmingly rejected a Republican law restricting the collective bargaining rights of public employees–and also rebuked the health insurance mandate central to ObamaCare.
Bernie Sanders took to the floor of the Senate yesterday to rail against President Obama’s tax cut deal. It was history in the making, but it’s not clear that it actually accomplished anything.
Many Congressional Democrats both campaign for a higher minimum wage and employ interns at less than the existing minimum wage, many for no pay at all.