A lot will of diverse storylines will be written about Tuesday. Some will say the night was a boon for women (true), Democrats in general (meh) and bad for Republicans (ahaha). But, the truth of the matter is, the night … Continue reading What To Make Of Tuesday?
Today, Republicans will decide key Senate primaries in two crucial states; Indiana and West Virginia. Both states are represented by vulnerable red-state Democrats and Republicans are increasingly anxious the results of the primaries could determine the fate of their Senate … Continue reading May 8th: The Day The GOP Saved Their Senate Majority?
On the heels of Conor Lamb’s upset victory in PA-18 a deep debate within the party has been reignited around whether it should find candidates that fit their districts profiles or whether it should ignite around progressive challengers. Progressives point … Continue reading Moderate Democrats Just Scored in Illinois Primary
On Tuesday, the Lone Star State held the nation’s first midterm primaries. Early voting among Democrats had increased a whopping 65 percent while the GOP’s was a meager 15 percent. Of course, keep in mind 2014 was a horrid year … Continue reading What Democrats Can Take Away From The Texas Primary
Talk to any Democrat running and they are excited about their party’s electoral prospects this fall. They lead by seven points on the generic ballot and a number of polls have found a generic Democrat or preferred candidate leading/tying the … Continue reading Democrats Have A Real Primary Problem
If there was one thing that hampered the Tea Party movement in 2010 it was their adherence to anything non-establishment. Their backing of ideological firebrands led to GOP losses in winnable seats (Delaware, Colorado and Nevada being the standouts). As … Continue reading Did Democrats Nominate A Tea Party Look Alike?