By Rebecca Berg | 11/08/13 04:18 PM
A new edition of the left-leaning magazine The New Republic imagines Hillary Clinton's political "nightmare" as a crowd of people holding up Elizabeth Warren masks.
By Mark Tapscott | 11/08/13 09:20 AM
Wonder what's really going on in American politics? Odds are good these days that it's the opposite of the traditional media's conventional wisdom. Here's why: Millennials are the ascending cohort and are steadily displacing Baby Boomers as the prime movers of election strategizing. But when...
By Brian Hughes | 11/08/13 05:19 AM
The botched rollout of Obamacare has opened up a two-front credibility crisis for the White House, with voters wary both of President Obama's promises and the ability of the federal government to solve Washington's most intractable problems.
By Brian Hughes | 11/07/13 06:52 PM
Obamacare could become a liability for Democrats among Latino voters, a key demographic that has been a focus of their health reform messaging. Hispanics have been far more sympathetic to President Obama’s signature domestic achievement than the rest of the general population, with Latinos...
By Susan Ferrechio | 11/07/13 06:19 PM
Senate Democrats, hoping to move beyond the disastrous rollout of the new health care law, plan to pivot to legislation that would increase the federal minimum wage by nearly $3, to over $10 an hour. Democratic lawmakers met privately Thursday to discuss proposals, including one by Sen. Tom...
By Charlie Spiering | 11/07/13 04:22 PM
Former Gov. Howard Dean, D-Vt., said Republicans are behaving like the Muslim Brotherhood on social issues. "The Republicans on the Right are making the same mistakes as the Islamic Brotherhood made in Egypt," Dean said in an MSNBC interview. "They get in and they only focus on social...
By Rebecca Berg | 11/07/13 11:34 AM
President Obama traveled to Dallas on Wednesday to raise money for Democratic Senate candidates, telling would-be contributors that they need to open their wallets if the party is to prevent Republicans from taking over a second chamber of Congress -- a dynamic, he said, that would perpetuate...
By Paul Bedard | 11/07/13 11:23 AM
Virginia Gov.-elect Terry McAuliffe’s jobs-focused campaign, also characterized by highly negative advertising, will be the model for 2014 gubernatorial elections, in which Democrats hope to beat Republican incumbents in six states and make abortion defender Wendy Davis governor of Texas....
By Rebecca Berg | 11/07/13 06:20 AM
In the immediate aftermath of the 2013 elections, which Tuesday night saw New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie handily re-elected and Virginia Gov.-elect Terry McAuliffe swept to a narrow victory, Democrats and Republicans alike are beginning to look for lessons to apply to the next, higher-stakes...
By Rebecca Berg | 11/06/13 01:46 PM
In the wake of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's commanding re-election victory Tuesday, which drew support from more than 60 percent of voters for the Republican candidate in a traditionally blue state, Democrats dismissed the outcome as a one-time phenomenon for Republicans.
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