The midterms were a welcome reprieve for democracy. But the story of Bill Gates, an Arizona election official, suggests that we might not be so lucky in next year’s presidential election.
It’s why the party keeps losing elections.
Democrats hold a key advantage in the five states that will decide the next presidential election.
Too many of us have simply gotten used to the corrosion of our public life.
Black bodies, white agendas
It’s wrong, it seems illegal, and it’s probably not going to work. For now.
Even if Trump himself departs the scene, conservative demand for his approach to politics will remain.
The fight to preserve American democracy continues.
Republicans are coming to Washington not to legislate or to govern, but to fight.
The question we should be asking is not “Did my party lose seats?” but “Was the redistricting fair?”
Republicans are once again preparing to launch an oversight offensive. Democrats can’t afford to be unprepared.
Joe Biden's energy balancing act really worked.
Election deniers lost in the midterms, but they’re not done yet.
He intuited that voters would rise above their economic self-interest to prevent election deniers from seizing power.
The president said that this election was about democracy, and the voters agreed.
Readers across the political spectrum share surprising assessments of last week’s midterms.
America's favorite political-betting site is shutting down just as online gambling goes mainstream.
A self-inflicted wound in Washington is emblematic of how poor GOP choices led to unexpected Democratic victories.
Voters to GOP: We don’t like your MAGA candidates and their agenda.
The way everyone talks about Gen Z is weird.