Post Archive

November 6, 2012

Senator Scott Brown conceded to Elizabeth Warren in Massachusetts: Elizabeth Warren won a hard-fought race for the Senate on Tuesday, recapturing for the Democrats the seat...

Pennsylvania and Michigan were always longer-shots for Mitt Romney, but they were potential backup paths in case he lost the more likely route through Ohio...

Conservatives have spent much of the last few weeks expressing skepticism about polls that showed President Obama winning the election. Democrats claimed this was merely...

Tonight, the Commentary team is watching the election coverage along with all of our readers. As every exit poll, precinct and state reports, we'll be...

Chris Christie reacted with characteristic venom after hearing that some Republicans are blaming him for undermining Mitt Romney’s presidential hopes. The New Jersey governor blasted...

Democrats have been setting their narrative for a possible Obama loss early the last several days, as reports of "conservative voting machines" circulated throughout the...

Politico reports on a new AFL-CIO (I know, I know) poll, which finds Obama up five percentage points with union voters compared to 2008. Alexander...

Much has been discussed throughout the election season about the two presidential candidates’ European preferences: Barack Obama has always been more comfortable with Western Europe,...

A brief break from election news for an update on the growing controversy over CBS’s unearthed Obama interview about Benghazi. I wrote a longer post...

As we await election results, it is salutary to remember that, no matter who wins, the U.S. will face the same set of challenges—and we...

At the New Yorker, Jeffrey Toobin previews what a recount would look like in Ohio. Forget not having a clear winner tonight — if the...

With the poll-obsessed talk of the past six months, those who raise questions about problems with them are often subjected to scorn and derision on...