If anybody had told me last year I’d have accurately predicted 90% of the events leading up to the special election, I’d probably have asked them what kind of acid they dropped.
The blend of social conservatism and fiscal populism that Collin Peterson embodies has long been successful in Minnesota, but times are changing in MN-07.
Comparing these two swing states shows how dire the situation is for Georgia Republicans and how a blue Georgia might be closer than we think.
Representative Thomas Massie (R-KY) made headlines today with his quixotic opposition to the bipartisan stimulus package.
The last few weeks have seen a massive shift in American life thanks to the governmental response to COVID-19, and some are concerned by the response.
At first glance, the Northern Mariana Islands might seem like a strange place for a Republican stronghold. However, the numbers tell the true story.
Back in December, Elections Daily writer Paul McCrary wrote about a potential run for Senate by Montana Governor and former presidential candidate Steve Bullock. With the announcement now being official, it’s worth revisiting the formidable hurdles Bullock faces in an attempt to unseat incumbent Republican Steve Daines.
In 2016, Sanders won 18 counties; this total plummeted to only four on Super Tuesday. In terms of the popular vote, Bernie dropped from 41% to 24%.
Steve Troxler’s narrow win in North Carolina’s 2004 Agriculture Commissioner race was the most controversial election in the state.
Despite holding the relatively obscure office of the Commissioner of Labor, Cherie Berry has become one of the most well-known and beloved politicians in North Carolina history. With a funny name and omnipresence in state elevators, no politician in modern North Carolina history has seen such an unusual cult following.