Enthusiasm didn't matter on Election Day; turnout did.
A look at how voters responded to George H.W. Bush's move toward tax increases.
A (remarkable) visual look at how both parties have moved away from the ideological center in the past three decades.
A precinct-by-precinct map of the 2008 presidential election.
Under the new congressional map, 83 percent of districts clearly favor one party or another -- up from 80 percent before redistricting.
What did people search for during the vice presidential debate between Joe Biden and Paul Ryan? Think "shirtless"
In every one of the most competitive states at the presidential level, median household income has dropped. -- a powerful talking point for Mitt Romney as he tries to make the case that the people aren't better off than they were four years ago.
The wealth (or lack thereof) of every Member of Congress in a single, interactive chart.
Republicans are the party of white evangelicals. Democrats are the party of minorities and non-believers. Stereotypes? Yes. True? Kind of.