Twenty years ago, when President Clinton was running for reelection against the odds, Hillary hedged her message — and yet she was prescient in addressing the harms of an increasingly unfair economy.
Violence against nuns and priests escalates in Haiti, seemingly tied to anxiety over upcoming elections.
Chicago’s contentious mayoral election is coming down to the wire.
Thomas Perez won’t be replacing Barbara Mikulski in the Senate.
Chris Van Hollen is the first contender to replace Barbara Mikulski in the Senate.
The Windy City is the new front line in the fight between centrist Democrats and progressives.
The Supreme Court appears ready to stand up for gerrymandering.
The evidence is clear: Democrats make the pie bigger for everyone, while Republicans redistribute to the rich.
Dodging a damaging shutdown would be a big win for GOP Senators on the ballot in 2016.
Has Rahm Emanuel lost the left once and for all?
The field is wide open in the race to replace Senator Barbara Boxer.
Rahm Emanuel and Chuy Garcia are headed to a runoff.
What if the fuss over big money in elections is mostly over nothing?
But Republicans are unlikely to lure Condi into the race.
Meet the progressive movement that’s shaking up with Windy City.
At least four House members are considering jumping into the Senate race.
Nevada Republicans are already worried about recruiting the next Sharron Angle.
Here are five reasons that we don’t have an official presidential candidate yet.
Why Barack Obama was right to lie about gay marriage in 2008.
How American money could swing Israel’s elections.
It looks like the 2016 elections will be contested on favorable ground for Democrats.
A national profile doesn’t always translate into electoral success.
Are Florida’s harsh voting laws unfair?
The new Republican Senate majority may not last long.
Can judges really be impartial when they have elections to run?