Election 2020: Opinions



  • Opinion

Democrats may be able to win the White House. In state capitols? They're out of juice.

  • Opinion

The GOP has become quite adept at decreasing its appeal as a party.

  • Opinion

In fact, new polling suggests he might have helped it.

The Republican campaign to suppress voting continues.

It's either Trump or the Constitution. Republicans will side with Trump.

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The challenge now is what we do to keep that from happening again.

  • Stacey Abrams
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His untethered ambition has destroyed his reputation and most likely his presidential chances.

How to make elections more, not less, fair

When the GOP senators vote to acquit him, they'll be validating his toxic lies about the election.

Biden and Congress should create a high-level panel that is serious about voting reform.

Another impeachable offense: ensnaring the Justice Department in his election lies.

  • Opinion

He continues to push the false narrative of election fraud.

  • Opinion

They supported Trump after the election when he insisted dishonestly that he had won.

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Republicans should address the epidemic of misinformation that has infected their party, and realign with their values.

  • Will Hurd
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When a mob stormed the Capitol, the ambitious Missouri senator lost control of the plot.

  • Opinion

An examination of the data reveals surprising patterns — and foreshadows a new direction for the Democratic Party.

  • Opinion

Read a transcript of our columnists’ real-time commentary on the inauguration.

  • Washington Post Opinions Staff
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It's a fitting end to a presidency that's been awash in grift from the start.

  • Opinion

Four years later, Trump deserves a hollow, cheerless send-off equal to his legacy.

McConnell blasts Trump's "lies" for inciting the insurrection. But Republicans fed those lies for weeks.

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