Republican support for Trump’s election-fraud claims isn’t just damaging to Biden and democracy—it’s damaging to Republicans too.
Joe Biden succeeded in bridging his party’s past and future coalitions—but the challenges of future elections are daunting.
Nothing about the results so far suggests the election will break the country’s long-term political stalemate.
Democrats could win decisively next week. But that still wouldn’t neutralize minority Republican power.
Millennials and Gen Z are only a few years away from dominating the electorate.
The Republican Party wants to shield itself from the growing Democratic coalition.
The Biden campaign doesn’t want to shift any focus away from President Trump’s mismanagement of the pandemic.
Their health-care plans’ lack of protections is a feature, not a bug.
The party may have an easier time taking back the Senate if it focuses voters’ attention on the Court’s impact on health care.
Extreme-weather events represent an irresistible force for action. But an immovable object is in the way.
The party learned a lesson from the 2000 recount fight: “We won’t have litigation on the left and thuggery and election disruption on the right.”
The president’s own volatility complicates his effort to convince Americans that he can stabilize their lives.
The GOP’s apocalyptic rhetoric echoes a conservative call to arms during the 2016 election.
The Democratic Party took a gamble by not delivering a more targeted economic message to working- and middle-class families.
Blue America is only growing.
The president has dramatically accelerated the pace of his efforts to weaponize the federal government to his advantage.
It’s difficult to imagine the party nominating two white men for president and vice president ever again.
The 2020 election undoubtedly offers Democrats their best chance yet to reclaim state legislative chambers across the country.
New data show how in every major metropolitan area, massive gaps still separate white people and people of color.
He’s trying to rally red America by portraying blue cities as a threat, and then positioning himself as the human wall against them.