Iowa Congressman Steve King finds himself low on campaign cash and with virtually no support from his party.
The Republican Governor of Missouri is resigning amid growing accusations related to an extramarital affair, blackmail, and sexual assault.
There are no good outcomes for the GOP in Alabama.
An attempt to explain the consequences of institutional design.
The Moore situation illustrates the nonhierarchical nature of US parties. This is nothing new.
Roy Moore’s victory in Alabama is raising fears of a wider battle in the Republican Party heading into 2018.
An adviser close to Hillary Clinton is talking about expanding the Electoral College map in 2016, but even without such an expansion the GOP faces an uphill battle.
Politicians on both sides of the aisle like to tell people they’re just “average Americans,” but they’re lying and the American people seem to have figured out that they’re lying.
Two prominent Republican groups point out the blindingly obvious.
It appears that the GOP still has a problem communicating with women.
Just in time for the midterms, Todd Akin is back to remind voters of the GOP’s problems with female voters.
It’s a bit too early for Republicans to be celebrating that Senate majority that so many people are predicting.
Much like the guy who’s afraid to talk to girls in High School, Republicans don’t seem to know how to talk to women. But their problems are actually bigger than that.
Several conservative groups have jumped on the bandwagon of what appears to be a controversial Mississippi politician.
Nearly two-thirds of House Republicans voted for default. They lost.
Much like the Tea Party, David Frum wants to make the GOP tent smaller.
The GOP’s chances to take over the Senate became much better over the weekend.
Why won’t the “women don’t get pregnant from rape” meme die?
Was Rick Perry the worst candidate to run in the 2012 cycle? It certainly appears so.
Mitt Romney wasn’t a perfect candidate, but he was much better than most of the 2012 Republican field.
Republicans are trying to figure out what went wrong. Will they learn the right lessons from their loss?
The impact of outside spending on the election turned out to be far less consequential than many had feared.
The ink is barely dry on Barack Obama’s victory and some conservatives are already focusing blame on the Governor of New Jersey.
President Obama easily won re-election last night, carrying virtually all of the battleground states. Meanwhile, abortion, gay marriage, and recreational marijuana also won big.
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.