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Campaigns & Elections

Ted Nugent

Judging a candidate by the company he or she keeps can be a perilous business. While the Hillary Clinton campaign has tried to portray its...
Election Day

For those of us who love politics, the magic of Election Day can’t be beat. It’s not just the culmination of years of analysis and...
derangement syndrome

The good news for the country is that the election will (barring a 2000-style virtual tie) be over in 48 hours. The bad news is...
latinos

By the close of the business day on Friday, the political story on the nation’s front burner was a surprising decline in African-American turnout. According...
impeachment

After a week in which the fortunes of their presidential candidate markedly improved, you’d think some on the right would be thinking more positive thoughts....
election day

Some thoughts: Hillary Clinton is leading. Every scrap of data we have says if the election were held today, Hillary Clinton would win. Of all...
cyberbully

After a week in which seemingly everything had been going his way, Donald Trump’s campaign had a misstep on Thursday. Fortunately for the Republicans, it...
voter suppression

Yesterday the Justice Department said it planned to intervene in a lawsuit filed in North Carolina to prevent the state from engaging in what the...
Hillary Clinton

If there was any doubt that Democrats think that James Comey has turned the presidential race upside down, it was put to rest yesterday. Barack Obama, the...
Obama coalition

Democrats always knew the day they faced the voters without Barack Obama at the top of a presidential ticket would be a difficult one. With...
character

A week ago, Hillary Clinton and her surrogates started to pivot to a more positive, issue-oriented pitch in an effort to transform what they thought...
Donald Trump

Amid a new spate of bad headlines, Donald Trump’s supporters were provided a welcome reprieve last night from an unlikely source: the New York Times. A steady...