Republicans have won at least one U.S. House seat from the Hawkeye State since 1856.
Alan Simpson has received top billing in 75 percent of media coverage of the debt commission this year after playing second banana to his fellow co-chair in 2010.
Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson finds his campaign struggling not simply to reach the 15 percent threshold in public opinion polls required for him to participate in the televised debates, but even getting listed as a candidate in many of…
Wisconsin is the only battleground state to populate the Bottom 10 for per capita large donor contributions to presidential candidates this cycle.
There are 97 fewer third party and independent candidates on the general election ballots for the nation’s 435 congressional district races this cycle compared to two years ago.
The Minneapolis area congressional district had fielded 16 third party and independent U.S. House candidates over the last eight cycles, averaging 9 percent of the vote.
The Republican presidential nominee has been linked to rich cartoon characters like Scrooge McDuck, Mr. Burns, and Richie Rich as well as wealthy, villainous silver screen icons like Gordon Gekko and Mr. Potter.
With a New York Times op-ed entitled, “Thurston Howell Romney,” David Brooks takes the Republican presidential nominee to task by casting him as the affable, out of touch millionaire character from 1960s Americana. But that is not the tune Brooks…
A champion of the ‘great compromise,’ Minnesota’s GOP U.S. Senate nominee is open to tax increases and vows, “I don’t care if I have to have a verbal or physical confrontation with Grover Norquist.”
It has been 48 years since a major party presidential nominee failed to appear on the ballot in every state.