Poll shows Democrats holding a double-digit lead in voting preferences for the House, even as President Trump’s approval rate rises.
Gubernatorial and legislative races, along with ballot initiatives, could produce less partisan maps.
Most of the battleground districts are now in GOP hands and their vote went heavily for Republicans in 2016.
The impact will be felt in the midterm elections, at the Supreme Court and especially in the gender differences shaping the politics of the country.
They have no unifying leader and no clear message — yet.
Key elements of Trump’s “America First” approach are rejected by many Americans.
Ford and Kavanaugh offer conflicting accounts as senators square off against one another.
Turmoil in Congress and the executive branch, spilling onto the Supreme Court, produce an overload of government’s circuits.
The judicial branch was never free of politics, but things are different today, and the Kavanaugh fight underscores it.
The selection of the RNC chairman, a favorite of GOP congressional leaders and recommended by House Speaker Paul Ryan, puts a party insider and establishment figure in a key White House post.