TV stations, on the other hand, would love to see it last and last.
With Julián Castro's confirmation as HUD secretary, Texas Democratic politics have been realigned—just as Arizona's and North Carolina's were before.
With more money pouring into elections, traditional political-action committees are being forced to spend even more to stay relevant.
The party's fundraisers are using the exceptionally accurate forecaster's bleak predictions about 2014 to scare donors into coughing up cash.
Members are leaving the House to seek lower-prestige county and state posts where they feel they can make a bigger difference.
The Illinois Republican just doesn't care what you think. And he's not the only member willing to speak his mind at any cost.
With both parties seeking to nationalize the race, it's a preview of how Romney and Obama's messages will play in the presidential election.
As the president embarks on a difficult re-election bid in 2012, the lagging economy will hurt him even worse in the places that count