Plans by 2020 Democrats to ban fracking would put over 14 million U.S. jobs at risk, double energy prices, and reduce GDP by $1.6 trillion.
Victory in 2020 will hinge on the electoral outcome in a select few counties across the country. These are the 10 counties strategists, political scientists, and observers believe will determine who wins next year.
There are three clear frontrunners in the 2020 Democratic primary – where are they getting their support?
In this week’s edition of the Political Edge, we look at how many votes Democratic Senators running for president have missed and highlight an analysis comparing 2016 primary endorsements to 2020.
As debate continues on the strength of the U.S. economy and the specter of a possible recession looms, we highlight a new analysis from The Washington Post comparing the Trump and Obama economies.
Recently released survey results from American Action Network provide helpful insights as to what type of messaging could be most effective for Republicans next year.
In this week’s Political Edge, we recap a new report that paints a grim picture for Democrats in rural America and take a look at new data on where 2020 Democrats are getting most of their grassroots support.
In this week’s Political Edge, we highlight a new article that makes the case that third-party voting sunk Hillary Clinton’s chances in 2016 and take an updated look at House retirement numbers.
In this week’s edition of The Political Edge, we review new numbers released from ActBlue that demonstrate the impact the Democratic platform is having on fundraising early in the 2020 election cycle. We also break down a new CBS analysis that attempts to show how Democratic voters are reacting to the intra-party battle between the moderate and progressive wings.
Earlier this week, federal candidates filed their Q2 fundraising numbers with the FEC. In today’s edition of The Political Edge, we bring you a roundup of some of the key takeaways.