The nominee is usually a candidate who has made it into the top tier by now — or at least built a little bit of a base.
Democrats may want to shake up the map and put Southern and southwestern states in play. But they'll likely be stuck worrying about Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Michigan anyway.
Democrats should probably think of it more as possible icing on the cake rather than a core part of their strategy in the next election.
Luke P. and Trump ran the same strategies, but it worked out for only one of them. Also Chris Harrison for RNC and DNC chair.
Sending out racist tweets and defending them with bad analysis won't help the president win reelection.
The DNC and the news networks have been using random methods to divide the candidates between debate nights. It's one of those good-sounding ideas that's actually bad for democracy.
Asian American voters are an increasingly powerful group, but they're often left out of the political conversation. That's a mistake.
The candidate is an out-there, touchy-feely spiritualist. So are a lot of Americans.
Math can help you figure out the risks of taking a certain vacation. But it won't tell you if you'll have a good time.