Recent third-party candidacies have followed a similar arc.
Americans say they hate Congress. They won’t change it, though.
Plagiarism isn’t a career-ender, but Walsh’s career was already in serious jeopardy. And this hurts.
...or, why verb tense matters.
50 percent of voters in the 12 Senate battlegrounds strongly disapprove of the president, according to a new poll.
A county-by-county breakdown.
Post Politics's Aaron Blake discusses the latest in politics and campaigns live with readers.
A Democratic poll shows Republicans leading by two points across the 12 most competitive states.
Two years after the 2012 campaign, Gingrich has barely made a dent in his $5 million in campaign debt.
THE FIX | A poll shows that America’s top foe and top ally are more unpopular than they have been in decades.
Another big warning sign for Democratic turnout.
A new poll suggests Clinton’s tenure isn’t the great success it has been billed as.
The Russian president is more popular at home than any American politician could dream to be here.
That doesn’t mean, though, that they think withdrawal was the wrong call.
Look who’s suddenly Mr. Popular in the GOP.
That’ll show those tree-huggers.
Why is a Republican governor in a Republican state in so much electoral trouble?
The Kentucky senator is the ‘upside’ candidate.
For Democrats, Mormons and evangelical Christians rate about as low as Muslims and atheists.
Winners: Democratic women and political legacies, Losers: Newt Gingrich and President Obama’s old campaign committee.
Aaron Blake covers national politics and writes regularly for The Fix, the Post’s top political blog. A Minnesota native and summa cum laude graduate of the University of Minnesota, Aaron has also written about politics for the Minneapolis Star-Tribune and The Hill newspaper. Aaron and his wife, Danielle, live in Annandale, Virginia.