Republicans enter the final week of the midterm campaign holding higher ground than the Democrats, aided by public dissatisfaction with President Obama’s leadership, according to a new Post-ABC poll.
Sam Brownback is at risk of becoming an object lesson in the limits of conservative governance in a conservative state.
If Republicans can’t win the statewide races this year when national conditions favor the GOP, they could have an even more difficult time in 2016.
Democrats express frustrations — including that the race is a tossup — and the governor gets the message.
It’s her second campaign appearance in Colorado in just a week.
Romney leads the Republican field by a big margin. Without him, it’s a wide-open race.
Less than a month from the midterms, the political landscape continues to tilt in favor of the Republican Party.
Ohio’s John Kasich has been cruising to reelection with a version of compassionate conservatism.
With midterms on the horizon, let’s consider the two narratives: One says the wind is at Republicans’ backs. The other says don’t count out Democrats with popular issues on their side.
The candid memoir from the former defense secretary offers advice to President Obama. But will he take it?