Fifteen months after the 2012 presidential campaign, the Democratic National Committee announced a new effort Monday to make …
Hopes for a legislative overhaul are fading
The new office of Political Strategy and Outreach is aimed, in part, at helping Democrats in the upcoming elections
James Lankford is looking to succeed fellow Republican Tom Coburn
Organizations have filed state and federal lawsuits against laws in Kansas and Arizona that require voters to prove citizenship when registering to vote
How liberals learned to stop worrying and love Citizens United
All that is missing is the blood and fangs.
The difference between a vote cast and a vote counted was nowhere clearer than in the Virginia race for attorney general
The state lawmaker says her campaign will focus on job creation
Two historic elections happened on Tuesday, but if you are not from Michigan, you might have missed them.
In one, Susan Dabaja became the first Arab-American elected as president of the Dearborn, MI, city council. Dabaja, an Arab-American attorney who is Muslim, ousted Thomas Patrick Tafelski, the Polish Catholic incumbent, for the …
In their continuing effort to tame the revolutionary wing of the GOP and advance electable, conservative candidates, establishment Republicans have hit on a new theory: the problem is not just which Republicans are voting, it’s …
Local elections, but national implications
As the bankrupt city moves close to electing its first white mayor since 1974, race is proving to be less of a concern than competence