The president’s decision to issue a drone strike that killed Iranian General Qasem Soleimani dominated the airwaves this week – catch up on what people are saying with AR/Intel’s latest video review.
Although the filing deadline isn’t until the end of the month, House and Senate campaigns have begun publicly announcing their fundraising totals for the final quarter of 2019. We’ve pulled together all their totals into one place.
With 27 days to go until the Iowa caucuses, the leading 2020 Democratic candidates have begun releasing their fundraising totals for the final quarter of last year. Catch up on the biggest horse race developments in this week’s 2020 recap.
With the holidays in the rearview mirror, legislators return to Washington this week with a busy schedule. The House is expected to consider a resolution to rein in the president’s war powers, the Senate will welcome a new junior member from Georgia, and President Trump will host a campaign rally in Ohio.
With the White House on the line, this year is expected to see record political spending, major turnout numbers, and contentious campaign battles across the country. Catch up on all the political developments you may have missed over the holiday and kick off the new year with AR/Intel’s first Race Rundown of 2020.
This week, House Democrats voted to impeach President Trump – catch up on all the news surrounding the historic move and how it may impact the 2020 elections in this week’s Race Rundown.
The last legislative session of 2019 was filled with big news developments – Catch up on the biggest news highlights with our Week In Review video.
In this week’s edition of The Political Edge, we take a look at how House Democrats representing districts carried by President Trump voted on yesterday’s articles of impeachment.
Biden gets heckled about his son at a campaign event, Warren goes on the offensive, and Sanders botches an endorsement of a Congressional candidate – Catch up on the biggest horse race developments in this week’s 2020 recap.
A government funding deadline and the next 2020 Democratic debate take a back seat to the House of Representative’s historic impeachment vote.