Deep breath. In this country, we see evidence every day that David Frum was right when he said, “If conservatives become convinced that they can not win democratically, they won’t abandon conservatism. They will reject democracy.” We have election deniers… Read More ›
I’ll admit it was extremely gratifying to see the Department of Justice go after Trump last week. We’ve seen his disregard for the rule of law from the very start but we finally saw the glimpse of what might actually… Read More ›
We kick off a lot of statewide primaries in May, and that got me thinking about how it was only recently that I understood something really critical about these elections. Other than presidential primaries, I’ll admit that I didn’t pay… Read More ›
This November there are several state legislatures that could flip. While the Democrats have historically focused a lot of their organizing on federal elections, in the past few years they’ve been investing much more heavily in the states. We need… Read More ›
I’m not sure there are elections more important in 2022 than those for Secretaries of State, particularly after the vote in the Senate last night. (We’re going to need to add at least 2 more Democratic Senators before we can… Read More ›
A post where I break down my thoughts on the 2022 Midterms.
Here are all of the 2022 Senate races, separated by how competitive each seat is.
Afghanistan has featured prominently in political news this past week, but will it affect the 2022 midterms?