A Republican-led senate could lead to a completely different approach on immigration.
Was last night's big winner..Medicaid?
Does the House GOP have to worry about a backlash if immigration reform gets spiked? Let's check this out in map form.
When pro-Obama campaigners approached thousands of would-be voters in Wisconsin in 2008, the effort has surprising results--in helping John McCain.
Like other emerging political science research, we show that voters don’t hold women and men to different standards on the campaign trail -- even when it comes to looks.
Virginia lawmakers are putting forward changes to the electoral college that would have enabled Mitt Romney to win the state in 2012--even though he lost by 150,000 votes.
Now that the election's over, Republicans in blue states are talking about changing the way the electoral college awards its votes. Many of these proposals would have taken votes away from Obama in 2012.
We already pay all our bills over the Internet. And Estonia votes online. So why can't we? It would sure beat waiting in line for hours at the polling booth. Yet experts are still worried about the prospects of hacking and fraud.
Using data from June, Wonkblog's model predicted Obama had a 67 percent chance of winning the election. At the time, I thought that was way, way too high. But the model was right and, going by the latest data, I was wrong.
"The analysis of 2,068 reported fraud cases by News21, a Carnegie-Knight investigative reporting project, found 10 cases of alleged in-person voter impersonation since 2000. With 146 million registered voters in the United States, those represent about one for every 15 million prospective voters"