New Jersey is home to several competitive House races this cycle, including one race that has become shockingly competitive.
Most think of PA-01 as the most competitive district in Pennsylvania, but in 2020 it just might be PA-10, pitting Scott Perry (R) vs. Eugene DePasquale (D).
With Ann Selzer’s poll dump from Iowa, it has become quite clear that in the current national environment this state is closer than expected.
Eric Cunningham argues that Arizona is a gerrymander because it looks and behaves like one.
Adam Trencher argues that Arizona’s map complies with the Constitution and the VRA, is compact, preserves communities of interest, and is competitive.
With primaries upcoming on August 4th, Michgian features a bevy of potentially competitive primaries and races in the fall to keep an eye on
It’s time to look seriously at the possibility that Arizona, the state of Goldwater and McCain, may be the very one that sends Donald Trump home packing.
The politics of CA-25 change direction much like the Santa Ana winds shift through the canyons and mountain passes: warm…
When pundits talk about the 2018 midterms, two dominant storylines often emerge: the Democratic gains in the House of Representatives,…