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Against the Grain

The Odds of a GOP Wave Are Increasing

This year's political environment is shaping up to be nearly as bleak as 2010, and that's ominous news for Senate Democrats.

Immigration Isn't A Slam-Dunk Issue for Democrats Anymore

Polling shows the public is divided on immigration reform, while divisions within the Democratic party are worsening.

The 2014 Against the Grain Awards

Grading the best and worst of the campaigns at the election cycle's halfway point.

Democrats Are Running Out of States to Flip

White voters in Georgia, Arizona, and Texas are becoming overwhelmingly Republican, while Hispanic turnout continues to lag.

5 Democrats Who Should Run Against Hillary Clinton

The former secretary of State could be vulnerable in a Democratic primary, but only if qualified candidates decide to challenge her.

Democrats Should Be Talking More About Economic Mobility

New report from Third Way focuses on practical solutions to help struggling Americans.

Eric Cantor's Defeat Exposes Jeb Bush's Vulnerabilities in 2016

Bush shares many of the same vulnerabilities as Cantor—a rusty political operation and being out of touch on the issues that animate conservatives. 

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The Odds of a GOP Wave Are Increasing

This year's political environment is shaping up to be nearly as bleak as 2010, and that's ominous news for Senate Democrats.

Immigration Isn't A Slam-Dunk Issue for Democrats Anymore

Polling shows the public is divided on immigration reform, while divisions within the Democratic party are worsening.

The 2014 Against the Grain Awards

Grading the best and worst of the campaigns at the election cycle's halfway point.

Democrats Are Running Out of States to Flip

White voters in Georgia, Arizona, and Texas are becoming overwhelmingly Republican, while Hispanic turnout continues to lag.

5 Democrats Who Should Run Against Hillary Clinton

The former secretary of State could be vulnerable in a Democratic primary, but only if qualified candidates decide to challenge her.

Democrats Should Be Talking More About Economic Mobility

New report from Third Way focuses on practical solutions to help struggling Americans.

Eric Cantor's Defeat Exposes Jeb Bush's Vulnerabilities in 2016

Bush shares many of the same vulnerabilities as Cantor—a rusty political operation and being out of touch on the issues that animate conservatives. 

Show More