Adam, Alex and Mike regroup to discuss the Republican presidential debate leading up to the Iowa caucuses.
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The Democrats’ Path to a Senate Majority Runs Through Red States
The party may need to knock off a Republican icon like John McCain to win control of the upper chamber—and their fortunes are improving in unlikely conservative territory.
By Josh Kraushaar
Why 2016 Is Hurting the GOP Farm System
It’s all about the lean, mean Donald Trump team.
By Colin Diersing
Demography Explains Perceptions of Clinton and Trump
Gender, race, and education divide the electorate into clusters of support for the candidates.
By Charlie Cook
Podcast Episode 78: You’re on Your Own
By Adam WollnerJosh Kraushaar, and Kyle Trygstad
Collins Won’t Back Clinton
She’s concerned about the Democratic nominee’s fiscal responsibility.
Why Tim Kaine Has Never Lost
Hillary Clinton’s newly minted running mate has won every single race he’s run—from the city council to the Senate—with a combination of political skill, likability, and good timing.
By Alex Rogers
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