Why abortion bans will be on the ballot next year, a Republican dilemma in Massachusetts, and the Chinese phrase that’s taken the right by storm.
Republicans blow off the omicron variant, retirements weaken the Democrats ahead of 2022, and a lawsuit tries to halt Florida’s special congressional election.
Republican governors get excited about 2022, the campaigns to audit Wisconsin’s 2020 vote keep multiplying, and Biden struggles to grab Build Back Better’s coattails.
The Democrats’ 2020 autopsies get an update, two red states give the GOP a redistricting bonanza and a Texas Democrat switched parties.
The anti-Biden boom economy, a made-for-TV 2024 feud, and a whole lot of machinations over new congressional districts.
Republicans see blue skies ahead, the strategy behind Glenn Youngkin’s winning ad campaign, and election overtime in Florida and New Jersey.
Republican nominee Jack Ciattarelli has refused, citing uncounted ballots, the same rationale offered by the Democratic state Senate president as he refuses to concede.
A dozen votes separated the top two finishers in the crowded primary. The winner will advance to a Jan. 11 election in the heavily Democratic congressional district.
In this post-election edition: Five ways that electoral politics changed Tuesday, the worst poll of Joe Biden’s presidency so far, and the start of a war over congressional maps in Ohio and North Carolina.