The presidential races are over but the primaries continue. Today’s biggest races are in Colorado and New York. In Colorado five candidates are competing for the GOP Senate nomination and the chance to face incumbent Senator Michael Bennett. The race is thought to be wide open with no sense of who is leading. There’s been no… Read more »
Just because the presidential primaries are over (almost, DC Democratic Primary is tomorrow) doesn’t mean the whole primary season is over. Tomorrow voters in Nevada go to the polls with primaries in both parties to fill the seat of retiring Democratic Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid’s seat and two hotly contested House primaries (NV-03 and… Read more »
After meeting with Bernie Sanders at the White House, President Obama released a video endorsing Hillary Clinton that included complimentary words for the Senator from Vermont.
Jay Cost of the Weekly Standard discusses his proposal to revamp the GOP nomination process. It’s a revolutionary idea that would upturn the idea of primary voting as we’ve known it for the last 40 or so years. You can listen to it here. This preview is an excerpt of a longer conversation with Jay… Read more »
North Carolina’s congressional primaries were originally scheduled for March 15th but due to court challenges and a subsequent need to redraw district lines they will be held next Tuesday, June 7th. The most contentious of the primaries is in the state’s new 2nd Congressional District. The race is a rarity in that it pits two… Read more »