There’s been a lot of talk throughout the past year about “electability” in the Democratic primary. More Democrat voters than…
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Almost all analysts believe that the “tipping point” state will be either Wisconsin or Arizona, but this narrow view of the map is short sighted. There is one state that is in the sunbelt, it’s blue trending, nearly saw a Dem breakthrough in 2018, and it’s not Texas. It’s Georgia.
When pundits talk about the 2018 midterms, two dominant storylines often emerge: the Democratic gains in the House of Representatives,…
Mark Meadows shocked the political world today when he announced he would not be running for another term as representative…
For the longest time Central Pennsylvania, and Lancaster County especially has been one of the most politically inelastic areas in the nation and has been considered a bedrock of Pennsylvania conservatism. That wisdom is beginning to change though, and Democrats have begun to feel that they might have their best ever chance in the county.
By running away from the party system, strategic independents can provide real competition and choices to voters in uncompetitive states.
Texas’s 23rd congressional district is a vast, competitive seat in southwestern Texas that might shed a glimpse into the future of Texas.
There have been charges from some Democrats that Montana Governor Steve Bullock wasted time on a presidential run rather than running in the Senatorial race in Montana against incumbent Senator Steve Daines, but could Bullock actually win?
With the 2020 elections fast approaching, the electoral college, America’s method of choice for electing its president, has recently become a popular target of criticism.