Category Archives: Republicans

This is the new Republican Party: The final GOP holdouts to Donald Trump whimper into oblivion.

By Edward-Issac Dovere of Politico Put a blond combover on the elephant. Take down the pictures of Abraham Lincoln and Ronald Reagan. It’s over. It’s Donald Trump’s GOP. The anti-Trump candidates are fleeing, and the ones who stick around are … Continue reading

Posted in Donald Trump, Republicans

GOP primaries may have made GOP loses in November more likely

In South Carolina’s primary, ardent Trump backer defeats Rep. Mark Sanford. In Virginia, Trump supporter wins and promises to wage a “vicious” campaign against Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine. As predicted, President Donald Trump influenced yesterday’s primary elections, especially in South … Continue reading

Posted in Controversial, Donald Trump, Elections, House of Representatives, Politics, Republicans, Senate

Why Republicans are calling it quits

By Lauren Fox of CNN A lot of Republicans are running away from Congress. Since the beginning of the 115th Congress, more than 40 Republicans have left or announced they plan to leave the House by the end of the … Continue reading

Posted in Big Data, Candidates, Congress, Elections, Political parties, Politics, Republicans

Key findings on Americans’ views of the U.S. political system and democracy

By Carroll Doherty of Pew Research Center The strength and stability of democracy has become a subject of intense debate in the United States and around the world. But how do Americans feel about their own democracy? As part of … Continue reading

Posted in Controversial, Democracy, Democrats, Pew Research, Political parties, Politics, polls, Republicans

What Do We Know With Just Under Six Months to Go Before the Mid-Term Elections?

By Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report Given the warped time-space continuum in which those of us in DC live – a flood of news, tweets and leaks makes each day feel like a week – it may be … Continue reading

Posted in Congress, Democrats, Donald Trump, Elections, House of Representatives, polls, Republicans, Senate, Thought-Provoking Analysis