Contrary to widespread belief, support for the party did not collapse outside of suburbs and cities.
It wouldn’t be the first time they tried a lame-duck legislative coup.
Republican voters seem less interested in voter suppression than their elected leaders.
Chris Collins’s reelection bid will test the depths of partisan loyalty in 2018.
A conflict-averse and sovereignty-first president is enabling the oppression of millions.
#VoteTogether hopes to increase political participation by hosting parties near the polls.
When Republican voters skip a race or cross party lines, it’s because the GOP incumbent has let them down.
In the reddest parts of upstate New York, Trumpism is on the ballot.
If the president appointed one justice per term, nominations would be more tied to democratic elections—and less of a partisan war zone.
Florida Governor Rick Scott’s constituents have already paid the costs of his environmental policies.