The massive Puerto Rican migration into Osceola County transformed Florida politics. Will it lift President Obama to another victory in the largest battleground state?
Maybe not any time soon, but eventually
They may be discredited, but they were still remarkably successful.
Obama winning a second term was always meant to be an uphill climb.
In recent days, it's become clear that the Republican Senate candidate in Missouri doesn't just spew anti-abortion rhetoric: He's acted on it.
Racine has voted for George W. Bush, Paul Ryan, Scott Walker—and Barack Obama. Welcome to the nation's most schizophrenic battleground.
The ground battle between Obama and Romney heats up, and Obama looks to have an advantage.
A constitutional amendment to protect collective bargaining rights could bolster unions—or, if it's defeated, weaken them.
Mitt Romney truly believes in nothing.
The problem with giving "emergency" powers to the executive branch? Once claimed, they are too rarely surrendered.
The education nonprofit is also training the next generation of politicians, who have very specific ideas on school reform.
Romney's moderate identical twin did some pinch hitting for the Republican presidential candidate at the foreign policy debate.
For the spouses of presidential candidates, campaigns have become an extended audition for "America's Wife." That's a bad thing if we ever want a woman president.
Ohio is being hailed as the state to watch on November 6, and as a result, Lake County has been awash in ads and armies of volunteer convincers for months.
No lie is too idiotic or easily refuted to die, if people are willing to keep repeating it.