The truth is that, for well over a decade now, neither party has known how to handle Putin and, by extension, Russia.
Candidates matter. And if there’s one thing voters hate, it’s being taken for granted.
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.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will have to use the debates to reach out to those voters who have already rejected them.
People might find a candidate they want to vote for and not merely settle for the lesser of two evils.
The presidential election is not the only race on the ballot this fall.
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.
Voters in both parties rejected the cooperative, moderate spirit last week.
Here are the known unknowns of this election cycle.
This candidate from Maine used a campaign model that would later be adopted by candidates as widely varied as Bernie Sanders, Donald Trump, Ron Paul, and Barack Obama.
How deep will the Democratic divide become?
Who is the rightwardmost, viable candidate left in the GOP race for the presidential nomination?
The bipartisan investigation into Gov. Paul LePage’s role in keeping Good Will-Hinckley from hiring House Speaker Mark Eves failed to conclude that LePage violated the law. One would assume, then, that the ridiculous push to impeach LePage, led by a handful of extremists in the House, would grind to a halt. Failing that, one would […]
The largely behind-the-scenes tension between the Democratic National Committee and Democratic presidential candidates not named Hillary Clinton spilled out into the open late last week over a campaign data dispute. In the end, it would make all sides involved — the Clinton and Sanders campaigns, the DNC, and data services vendor NGP-Van — look bad, […]