We say goodbye to the idea that government should not pick winners and losers.
Dave Brat, the Republican incumbent who lost Tuesday, failed to connect with his district.
Will a third-party candidate throw a wrench in the race?
The winner will be a political newcomer who isn’t a favorite of party bigwigs.
The Republican incumbent seems to have distanced himself from the president.
When John Marshall was appointed, no one wanted to sit on the nation's highest bench.
Electability has to become more important than notoriety.
Dave Brat's biggest challenge now is to consolidate Republican voters.
Republicans might not abandon the 2nd District Republican, but enthusiasm is dampened.
Republicans in Trump country may feel the heat for their vote.