Bush is raising tons of money and has plenty of potential assets. Why aren’t his rivals scared off?
How “negative partisanship” shapes the outcomes in House and Senate elections.
These two states start the nominating process, but they offer different tests for candidates.
Democrat’s low-key tour of the state aims to erase any residual vibe from 2008 of an entitled or aloof campaign.
“We do have a plan. We have a plan for my plan.“
The GOP presidential candidate is counting on the public’s reluctance to elect another Bush or Clinton.
Her task is to reassure voters who are open to her candidacy but still unsure what she stands for and whether they trust her.
In contrast to 2008, the Democrat aims for a low-key start to her expected 2016 presidential bid
The Kentucky Republican has a goal to shake up his party, but does his vision add up?
Clinton must wait to see whether a final deal is reached and then either live with the details or voice dissent.