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 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.
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.
Although Super Tuesday will play an outsized role in who ultimately wins the nomination, the four primaries held before March 3 will set the tone for what is to come. Who has the edge?
Based on the results from last month’s statewide elections in Kentucky, Louisiana, and Virginia, turnout numbers for next year’s presidential contest could soar.
Medicare for All is gaining popularity among liberals but a recent analysis suggests it’s a political loser for Democrats hoping to win in 2020.
Republicans and Democrats will be working to sway public opinion on impeachment over the coming weeks. As open-door hearings begin today, what does current polling tell us?
Hot takes and analysis from yesterday’s elections in Virginia, Kentucky, and Mississippi.
Notable Q3 fundraising trends from House incumbents and challengers.
Thanks in large part to billionaire Tom Steyer, campaign spending on television ads has more than doubled what it was at this point in 2015.
Democrats are supporting an impeachment inquiry into President Trump. Their thoughts on the subject have changed since 1998.
The demise of the House Republican caucus has been greatly exaggerated.