We don’t know that ranked-choice voting will actually improve our system, only that it will change it.
Complaining won’t magically turn a bad candidate into a good one any more than shouting at referees turns a losing team into a winner.
If Cain closely follows her party’s blueprint for running a campaign, what can we expect of her in Congress?
Since Democrats didn’t offer many details on how they’d improve things, it’s up to voters to fill in the blanks.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will have to use the debates to reach out to those voters who have already rejected them.
Do-nothing liberal politicians all over America like to blame conservative states for their problems.
People might find a candidate they want to vote for and not merely settle for the lesser of two evils.
If you want to improve education in Maine, don’t vote for a gimmicky referendum that throws more money at the problem.
Calls for LePage’s resignation simply because he said something offensive are partisan overreactions.
When a debate — any debate — isn’t going your way, it’s all too easy to disengage entirely from the discussion, rather than try to offer your own constructive solutions and respond appropriately to criticism. As we all well know, this is a common problem in our everyday lives, but it crops up often enough in politics […]
The presidential election is not the only race on the ballot this fall.
While many bemoan the partisanship paralyzing Washington, D.C., a status quo mindset locally can be just as destructive.
A leaked memo announcing Gov. LePage’s goal to shrink the state workforce is a soft opening to budget talks that will start after November’s elections.
How can the Democratic National Committee now possibly defend Hillary Clinton on her email troubles?
At a time when the world so desperately needs strong leadership from the U.S., both major political parties have abdicated that responsibility.