After TX-06, Joe Szymanski examines the failure of Trump’s endorsement and how OH-15 might play a major role in its future.
Author: Joe Szymanski
Kansas Republicans are openly considering a 4-0 congressional map, but trends in Johnson County make this very risky.
The controversial CRNC election threatens a schism of disenfranchised college Republican federations from the national federation.
Republicans and Democrats shift several seats out of highly-competitive status, and Democrats remain favored to hold the House of Delegates.
In 2022, anti-Trump Republicans will face fierce primary battles while moderate and conservative Democrats face a rising left flank.
With middling approval ratings, Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski may face her toughest re-election bid yet despite the new four-way RCV system.
Eric Cunningham and Joe Szymanski examine if the Wyoming Rule is a viable solution for expanding the House of Representatives.
The decisions on Madeline Dean and Chrissy Houlahan to avoid a Senate run leaks two prospective frontrunners, both from the west.
With the Democratic candidate for Governor of Pennsylvania all but decided, Republicans appear headed towards a contentious primary.
Democrats have their statewide ticket and five delegates lost their bids for re-nomination. Plus, ratings updates in the House of Delegates.