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.
In the last ten days, talk of impeaching President Trump has hit an all-time high. But how likely is it to actually happen and how might it impact the 2020 election?
In the modern era of political campaigns, TV advertisements have traditionally been the go-to method of disseminating information about a candidate but new analysis suggests that digital advertising may be taking over.
Despite being a Republican stronghold for over 30 years, each election cycle Democrats pour money and resources into Texas in the hopes of turning it blue. Do they have a shot in 2020?
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?