A new book finds women in Congress focus more on their constituents than their male counterparts do.
And are they running because they're women or because they're Democrats?
Boosts in black turnout are affecting election results. But so is white migration.
If even fewer people are paying attention, who is holding elected officials accountable?
When women run, they win. And a lot of women ran.
Quite a few things are afoot here in 2017.
Will Clinton and Trump help or hurt their party’s chances in Congress?
College football outcomes really do affect how people evaluate politics.
When women are prominent political figures, other women are more likely to get politically involved.
Political scientists Danny Hayes and Jennifer L. Lawless explain why.