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2024 Elections

  1. politics
    New York’s New Congressional Map Might Disappoint EveryoneThe new map made small changes to a few upstate districts but is far from the big Democratic win some had hoped for.
  2. politics
    What Could Suozzi’s Win Mean for November?Experts speculate what the former congressman’s special-election win might mean for races in the fall.
  3. early and often
    Larry Hogan Senate Bid Is Good for Republicans, Bad for No LabelsThe anti-Trump former governor won’t be available for No Labels’ Unity Ticket. But he gives the GOP a chance at winning an unlikely Senate seat.
  4. early and often
    Doomed Border-Security Deal Was a Bad Bet for Kyrsten SinemaWhat happens when a consummate Senate deal-maker’s deal dies? She probably retires.
  5. early and often
    ‘Trumpier Than Trump’ Coal Baron Runs for Senate — As a DemocratEx-con, ex-Republican Don Blankenship is still full of rage at Joe Manchin and Mitch McConnell. His new party wants nothing to do with him.
  6. early and often
    New York Redistricting Could Make or Break Democrats in 2024Likely control of the U.S. House has been teetering between the two parties for months. Now New York’s next move may decide it.
  7. the national interest
    Selling Bidenomics Is Biden’s Only Chance to Beat TrumpIncumbent presidents can’t run away from the economy.
  8. life after roe
    Republicans Need to Come Up With a New Abortion Stance — FastYoungkin tried going on the offensive with a less extreme abortion ban and failed dismally on Election Day. Republicans seem unsure of what to do now.
  9. early and often
    Blake Masters Lands in Another Nasty Intra-MAGA PrimaryAfter abandoning a Senate fight with Kari Lake, Masters now faces fellow MAGA carpetbagger Abe Hamadeh in a House primary in suburban Phoenix.
  10. early and often
    North Carolina Gerrymander Boosts Odds of GOP Holding HouseRepublicans in North Carolina have redrawn their state’s congressional map to add three or four seats to the GOP majority in the U.S. House.
  11. early and often
    What If There’s No House Speaker for a Month? For a Year?!Much of what the House does wouldn’t be missed. But you can’t keep the government running or address emergencies without someone being in charge.
  12. early and often
    Kari Lake vs. Kyrsten Sinema Is Already 2024’s Wildest Senate RaceThe Donald Trump acolyte confirmed she’ll take on the incumbent independent senator, setting up a high-stakes three-way Senate race in Arizona.
  13. early and often
    A Blake Masters–Kari Lake MAGA War Is Brewing in ArizonaTrump ultras Blake Masters and Kari Lake both lost as Arizona ticket-mates in 2022. Next year they could be rivals for Kyrsten Sinema’s Senate seat.
  14. early and often
    Why Kevin McCarthy Won’t Drop the Hammer on George SantosThe Speaker needs Santos’s vote to hang on to his gavel. But letting the fabulist become the face of New York Republicans is perilous, too.
  15. early and often
    Democrats Should Target Ted Cruz in 2024Colin Allred is a credible challenger who will benefit from nationwide progressive loathing for the Republican, who is not popular at home.
  16. early and often
    Republicans Get Prize Recruit Jim Justice to Take On Joe ManchinIf the endangered Democratic senator runs again, he could face West Virginia’s popular governor. But Justice has to survive a primary challenge.
  17. early and often
    Joe Manchin Is 2024’s Most Vulnerable Democratic SenatorSince the Inflation Reduction Act passed, Manchin’s popularity among Republicans in his state has collapsed. He’s in big trouble if Jim Justice runs.
  18. early and often
    Senate Republicans Learn to Stop Worrying, Love Trump’s ComebackMany Republicans blamed Trump for their midterm losses. Now that he’s the clear 2024 front-runner, they’ve decided they can still live with him.
  19. early and often
    Doug Mastriano May Crush Pennsylvania Republicans’ Dreams Once AgainMany Republicans think David McCormick can win a 2024 Senate race. But the GOP can’t shake Mastriano, an ultra-MAGA election denier and 2022 loser.
  20. the inside game
    The One Big Question Bernie Sanders Won’t AnswerThe progressive hero has more power than ever. He has to decide whether to try and keep it ’til he’s 89.
  21. on with kara swisher
    Ruben Gallego on What Democrats Can Learn From ArizonaKara Swisher talks to the Senate candidate about Latino outreach, avoiding the “exploitation wedge,” and taking on Kyrsten Sinema and Kari Lake.
  22. the inside game
    The Agonizing Fall of the Florida DemocratThe few left in office insist their state isn’t a lost cause … yet.
  23. life after roe
    RNC Tells Republican Politicians to Stay Extreme on AbortionThe RNC passed a resolution scolding politicians who backed off after the end of Roe v. Wade and urging them to stay on the offensive in 2024.
  24. the national interest
    Kyrsten Sinema Is Playing ChickenDeclaring herself an independent is a way to force the Democratic Party into embracing her.
  25. early and often
    Trump Is Running Again to Restore His Perfect AmericaThe ex-president managed to restrain himself from attacking his Republican critics or rivals, at least for now.
  26. the power trip
    Maggie Haberman on How She Covers Trump Without Losing Her MindA conversation about her critics, Trump family feuds, and the one time he used a fake baby in a photo op.
  27. the national interest
    What If Trump’s Fixation on 2020 Is His Best Strategy to Win Next Time?The idea that Trump’s big lie is hurting himself is a convenient myth.
  28. the national interest
    Why Ron DeSantis Can Beat Trump in 2024The party is deciding, and the voters are getting the message.
  29. politics
    Is Cy Vance Punting the Trump Investigation?The outgoing DA extends his probe into the term of Manhattan’s newly elected crime fighter, and the reasons aren’t entirely clear.
  30. joe manchin
    Is Manchin Considering Quitting the Democratic Party?The West Virginian wants to issue a credible threat to Democrats to increase his leverage in negotiations over Biden’s agenda.
  31. politics
    The Elephant in the RoomRepublicans carefully run for president, not knowing if the last one will, too.
  32. weird flex
    The GOP’s 2024 Strategy Has a High Body CountHow rejecting COVID precautions has become a fertile campaign boast for potential GOP presidential hopefuls.
  33. republicans
    The Future Could Actually Be Bright for RepublicansThe GOP comeback will likely begin with retaking the House in 2022, then probably the Senate, and maybe the presidency.
  34. politics
    The Fateful Question of How Latinos Vote Going ForwardTrump and his party over-performed with Latino voters in 2020. It’s important for both parties to figure whether that was a fluke or a trend.
  35. republican party
    Why Republicans Think They Can Regain Power Without Repudiating TrumpismFrom the midterm precedents to the belief that Trump expanded the GOP’s reach, Republicans have a host of reasons to be complacent.
  36. covid-19 vaccines
    Ex-Presidents Come Together to Promote COVID Vaccination … Except TrumpTrump whining as the other former presidents work together on a PSA tells you everything you need to know about his historical uniqueness.
  37. politics
    Will Trump Dump Pence If He Runs in 2024?There are reports Trump won’t forgive Pence his one moment of independence. A fresh start could also give us the spectacle of a Trump-Trump ticket.
  38. mike pence
    Is Mike Pence Finished in MAGA-Land?It seems four years of toadying to Trump aren’t enough to overcome his “betrayal” on January 6.
  39. elections
    Despite Iowa’s Caucus Meltdown, the Old System May SurviveA year ago, it seemed likely that the debacle would cost Iowa its privileged spot. But now plans for 2024 are murky, and the status quo could prevail.
  40. 2022 midterms
    The 2022 Midterms Could Be Another Referendum on TrumpBiden and Democrats would normally struggle to hold on to Congress in 2022. But Trump sticking around could change the dynamics.
  41. 2024 elections
    Trump Won’t Start a Third Party — But He Might Break the GOPThe billionaire is almost certainly too lazy to start his own party, but he could devastate McConnell’s without breaking a sweat.
  42. impeachment
    Are There Enough Senate Republican Votes to Convict Trump?With the MAGA base still strong and plenty of excuses for Republicans to say no, conviction faces steep odds.
  43. republican party
    Post-Capitol Hill Riot Polls Reveal Big Problem for GOPEven as Trump’s overall popularity hits all-time lows, a large portion of the Republican base sees him as their champion.
  44. contested election
    Tom Cotton Breaks With Trump on Coup Attempt in CongressThe Arkansan split with other presidential wannabes in warning that Trump is undermining an Electoral College that has served Republicans well.
  45. conservatism
    Why the Right’s Principled Populists Will LoseThe vanguard of “pro-worker conservatism” has a clear-eyed view of the Trump era’s lessons — but little hope of making the GOP learn them.
  46. trump family chronicles
    What Will the Trump Kids Do After Daddy Leaves the White House?A first installment of the Trump Family Chronicles, which will follow American’s First Family into exile and possible return.
  47. 2020 elections
    If Democrats Can Win Back the Senate, They Could Hold It For a WhileDemocrats don’t look vulnerable in Senate races until 2024.
  48. vision 2020
    Will the Mountain West Become Pivotal in Future Elections?Yes, the Mountain West is growing rapidly, but it’s still going to need a lot more people and electoral votes to become the center of attention.
  49. anonymous op-ed
    Nikki Haley Addresses Anonymous White House Writer, Shows How to Exploit CrisisThe former South Carolina governor is a consummate opportunist in moments of crisis.