Adam Laxalt’s entry into the Nevada Senate race might not be the electoral advantage Republicans expect and need.
Author: Jared Stone
Brian Sandoval might have been an extraordinarily popular Governor, but his chances of running for Senate are slim for good reason.
The modern Democratic Party will prosper, but it has relinquished its influence over a slew of competitive working-class districts.
Republican strength in California’s San Francisco Bay Area has disintegrated, with even moderate to liberal Republicans being swept out of office.
MN-05 is the most demographically diverse district in the state and is home to the largest number of Somali immigrants of any metropolis in the USA.
While Harris County voted decisively for Hillary Clinton, HD 128 voted for Trump by an overwhelming 40-point margin, clearly bucking the leftward movement of Harris County as a whole. How might this be possible?
Following a grueling year of Democratic presidential debates, campaign suspensions, and occasional gaffes, the Iowa Caucuses have nearly arrived. As of this moment, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders holds a narrow lead in the polls, having clawed his way to top past former-Vice President Joe Biden and small-town-mayor Pete Buttigieg, both of whom appeal widely to moderate white voters needed to secure the state. In most recent presidential elections, winners of the Iowa Caucus have gone on to secure their party’s nomination and, often, the presidency a few months later. With Bernie’s successes heading into Monday and his likelihood of clinching…
Nevada has been known in recent history for its purple streak, seemingly reverting to broad national trends in presidential years while simultaneously administering checks down-ballot to prevailing political trends. Such characteristics have rendered the state an utter fascination to political analysts, who have often stood puzzled at Nevada’s pendular political identity.