Why some Republicans are done with “legacy” media, what we learned from Maryland’s primaries, and why many Democrats – including the nominee for governor of South Carolina – are done with President Biden.
In both swing states and safe seats, many GOP candidates say that liberals hate them personally and may turn rioters or a police state on people who disobey them.
In this edition: Sifting through the latest fundraising numbers, previewing Maryland’s big primary day, and talking to Democrats about whether Joe Biden should run again.
In this edition: MAGA game theory in Washington, a big week for the Dump Biden movement, and a talk with the Vermont Republican who thinks this is the year Democrats run out of luck.
Why a Democrat wants his special election to be a “referendum” on abortion, what happened in June’s primaries, and where all these Pritzker Pals came from.
In this edition: Nine days this summer that will define campaigns, a big takeover in the Libertarian Party, and redistricting may finally be over.
Donald Trump bets one candidate can beat his most outspoken Republican critic in Congress.
In this edition: Lessons from all of May’s primaries, redistricting madness drags into Memorial Day weekend, and the director of Justice Democrats lays out their new strategy to replace centrists.
How to watch today’s primaries, why New York Democrats are tearing each other apart, and the closing campaign spots in key races.