Category Archives: Congress

The State of Play With a Dozen Days to Go

By Larry J. Sabato, Kyle Kondik and Geoffrey Skelley Another week has passed in the presidential race and it appears that Donald Trump is not making up much if any ground on Hillary Clinton. Last month, we coined the term … Continue reading

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A generation of GOP stars stands diminished: ‘Everything Trump touches dies’

Republicans who backed Trump risk being mowed down in the wreckage of his campaign. By Philip Rucker of the Washington Post Trump’s turbulent campaign, on display here at Sunday night’s second presidential debate with Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, has damaged … Continue reading

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Trump, tapes, turmoil and troubles

By Ken Feltman As news spread concerning the latest crisis for Donald Trump’s campaign, I wondered what was happening with the advisors closest to the situation. I got on the telephone and sent text messages and emails to GOP political insiders (including several who are … Continue reading

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As a Senator, Hillary Clinton Got Along With the GOP. Could She Do So as President?

by Shawn Zeller of Roll Call     As a senator, Hillary Clinton got along with GOP colleagues, mostly working on noncontroversial issues. Could she work with Republicans as President? It looks increasingly likely that voters this November will have … Continue reading

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A tale of two Virginias

By Ken Feltman House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.), widely assumed to be the next speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, was beaten in a primary yesterday. The media are claiming Cantor’s loss is a shocking, totally unexpected event. … Continue reading

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