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Elections Of 2018
Red State Republicans Are Trying to Trump Each Other’s Trumpiness
GOP candidates for governor of Georgia are tripping over each other to sound like Trump on “the swamp” and sanctuary cities.
What the Midterms Would Look Like If Clinton Had Won
The silver lining of Trump’s presidential win for Democrats is that their party is facing a good, not a potentially disastrous, midterm election.
Early Voting Among Texas Democrats Is Off the Charts
It’s a sign of superior enthusiasm, not any guarantee of success in November, but it confirms Democrats have a wind at their backs.
Trump Being Trump Seems to Make Him Less Popular
The GOP has an unusually acute problem in mobilizing a party base that glories in Trumpian outrages, without frightening the rest of the country.
Kansas Democrat Is First Female Political Casualty of the ‘Reckoning’
An old company settlement with a man alleging sexual harassment brought down the promising congressional candidacy of Andrea Ramsey.
The GOP’s Biggest Problem Is Not Its Candidates, But Its President
Trump can’t accept that he is damaging his party down-ballot. And that could send his party off in search of illusory “fixes.”
West Virginia’s Marginally Democratic Governor Flips to the GOP
In a surprise timed to coincide with a Trump appearance in his state, Jim Justice switched parties, giving the GOP 34 governorships — for the moment.
The GOP’s Latest Health-Care Gambit
This last-gasp effort at a GOP-only bill mostly gives states the flexibility to cut health-care services, while threatening insurance-market chaos.
Health-Care Debacle Further Depresses Trump’s Already-Low Approval Ratings
The president is finding himself so deep in negative territory that it could really damage his party in 2018.