An effective third party is not going to happen this cycle. And nobody is going to swing the 2016 presidential election to the House to decide.
Conventional wisdom combined with ‘Lucy footballing’ a state is stupid. Parties hungry for regaining the presidency in 2016 must be open to all possibilities.
Stay up late and look up, because the beautiful Perseids have returned!
The electric era has changed our lives in many good ways, but it has had an unforeseen consequence: the slow yet steady elimination of night.
With nearly a million untapped voters in the redder counties of Pennsylvania, we really don’t know what the GOP’s ceiling actually looks like.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s recall was a deadly error for state Democrats and labor activists. It made a college dropout into a potential Republican rock star.
Here’s a guide for beginners to finding your first comet, just as Lovejoy comes into clear view.
Republicans now look likely to gain eight Senate seats in November, but their leads are slimming.
With five weeks to go until the elections, here’s a rundown on how the Senate races look.
In 2010, Democrats picked up two open governors’ mansions and barely held onto a third. What lies in store for these embattled three?
People are debating would constitute a Republican wave in the current election cycle. Here are some thoughts based on previous elections.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott needed a miracle to survive 2014. In nominating Charlie Crist, Democrats may have handed him just that.
One Republican governor won big in 2010 while two others snuck by. Four years later, their fates couldn’t be more different.
Mixed news with this edition, as Republicans have weakened in North Carolina, strengthened in Iowa’s open seat, and we introduce a new senate elections graphic.
A Republican Party that taps sentiment against government-business collusion can get its groove back. Here’s how I imagine the new electoral math.
After months of GOP advances, Democrats have been fighting back, and polls indicate a tougher route to the majority for Republicans.
For now, the GOP seems planted in the drivers seat. But there are unknowns at every corner.
The election is still eight months out. But right now, Democrats are in deep trouble.
If Republicans can wise up and stay focused, they are facing big gains and could take the Senate handily.
With a plethora of vulnerable red-state Democrats and Obamacare’s unpopularity refusing to wane, can Republicans finally pull off a Senate takeover?
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