There’s nothing about climate change, Russia, or extremist threats to democracy, and their abortion stance is very hard to find.
If neither Raphael Warnock nor Herschel Walker wins a majority in November, which looks plausible, they’ll face off in a December runoff.
Experience in politics isn’t everything. But the GOP’s unusually large number of first-time candidates could mean midterms trouble down the road.
Congress failed to act after Sandy Hook, and it feels just as paralyzed on gun violence today. But there are reasons for renewed hope.
Biden’s popularity improved following the Ukraine crisis and the State of the Union. But he’d need a far bigger bump to help Democrats in November.
A small group of conservatives can gum up the works and force at least a brief shutdown. But with Omicron looming, the timing is strange.
The signs are not good for Democrats hoping to hang onto their current Washington trifecta in the 2022 midterms. Actually, midterm prospects are never good for parties controlling the White House, unless the president involved has very high job-approv…