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We believe in honesty here at the Littwin gov panel headquarters. So, as we present our final pre-primary rankings, we readily concede that the...
Next year, unaffiliated voters —the state’s largest voting bloc—for the first time will be able to help choose the Democratic or Republican nominee in...
Today, voters across snowy Iowa will gather in neighborhood caucus meetings to help pick the nation's next president. Then, onward to New Hampshire, where flinty Granite...
Plenty of money is already being raised in some races; 20 Democrats so far remain unchallenged.
To be successful as the governor of Texas, it doesn't hurt to be a friend to the Latino community. To become the Republican presidential nominee, however, it may hurt a great deal.
The well-worn theme going into Tuesday's elections — that a nationwide storm of voter unrest would spell mid-term doom for “big government” incumbents and particularly Democrats — was hardly proven. Indeed, two of the three high-profile races yesterday featured establishment candidates taking on other establishment candidates — with liberals coming out on top. If any one message emerged from the voting, it was that Republicans, who have been hoping that public discontent will translate to big congressional gains in November, may be forced to reevaluate.
Superdelegate Debbie Marquez of Edwards, who declared her support for Sen. Barack Obama in early February, said it's time for her undeclared counterparts in...