Is Obama still relevant? Given the truly historic proportion of this Republican victory, is Barack Obama about to become the lamest of lame-ducks?
The two major political parties are more alike than they are different. On the two paramount issues of our day — war and debt — they are identical.
More than 20 million young Americans (ages 18-29) cast their vote in the last two presidential elections. Both in 2008 and in 2012, young people voted at a turnout rate of nearly 50 percent, and were a determining factor in electing and re-electing Bar…
Senate Republican candidate Joni Ernst told Fox News on Monday she was “greatly offended” after retiring Sen. Tom Harkin — the Iowa Democrat she’s hoping to replace — suggested her looks are a factor in her surging campaign.
Did you know that in the 2010 midterm elections, only 57% of America’s veterans voted? With so much at stake in America—and across the world—veterans left 9.3 million votes on the table.
When Kansas voters go the polls on Tuesday they may be choosing not just Greg Orman, the independent, or Pat Roberts, the Republican for Senate, but also which party controls Congress.
National sentiment can shift overnight. And while the battle for control of the Senate is shifting towards the Republicans, races in key battleground states are deadlocked.
I have been expressing my concern that if we look at the polls, we seem to have two elections going on.
The work Rep. Tom Cotton has done since he declared he would challenge incumbent Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor has him going into Election Day with a head of steam.
While Ebola and terror threats have dominated headlines in recent weeks, lingering weak spots in the U.S. economy continue to keep pocketbook issues resonating with voters ahead of next week’s elections.