Two separate analyses come up with the same conclusion: It’s a tough year to be a governor seeking reelection.
THE TAKE | But will the country embrace the new Republican Party of Texas, if given the opportunity?
The dynamics shift in a hard-fought campaign, buoying Democrats’ hopes of keeping the Senate.
In Iowa visit, Hillary Clinton jumps into partisan fray and warns Democrats of the consequences of complacency.
Although he is about to retire from the Senate, the progressive Iowan still has a message for the party.
She arrives as formidable front-runner for 2016, but is trailed by criticisms about her 2008 loss.
Balancing reflects an understanding of the complexities, as well as the risks and uncertainties.
Majorities now back U.S. airstrikes in Iraq and Syria as Obama’s ratings are hovering near his all-time lows.
The extreme partisan positions existed before this administration, and probably will remain long after.
With just nine weeks to go, key strategists weigh in on where things stand, and where they could go.