William Weld, a former governor of Massachusetts who two years ago ran for vice president on the Libertarian Party ticket, on Friday became the first Republican to announce a challenge to President Donald Trump in the 2020 primaries
As some pundits predict a potential blue wave among the nation's statehouses this November, the one atop Smith Hill in Providence, Rhode Island, could turn red.
President Trump wasted little time in attacking Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum, who has won Florida’s Democratic gubernatorial primary in a stunning upset.
Four state's hold primaries Tuesday, and an Ohio special election marks the last time Democrats and Republicans will face off directly until November.
Voters in Colorado, Maryland, Mississippi, New York, Oklahoma, South Carolina and Utah headed to the polls Tuesday in a slate of primaries.
Voters in Colorado, Maryland, Mississippi, New York, Oklahoma, South Carolina and Utah head to the polls Tuesday in a slate of primaries.
Maine, Nevada, North Dakota, South Carolina and Virginia hold primaries Tuesday.
Voters in Alabama, California, Iowa, Mississippi, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico and South Dakota headed to the polls Tuesday in an already contentious primary season.
Voters in Alabama, California, Iowa, Mississippi, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico and South Dakota head to the polls Tuesday in an already contentious primary season.
The TAKE with Rick Klein If there’s such a thing as too much of a good thing in politics, we’re about to find out — courtesy of the state that’s the de facto headquarters of “the resistance.” Democrats’ biggest threat to a California sweep – which itself could be vital to hopes for a blue wave - comes not from President Donald Trump but from Democrats themselves. Blame the state’s unusual all-party “jungle primary” system, or blame Democratic leaders for not being able to sort out intramural fights, or for not knowing enough about all the candidates running and what it all would mean. Either way, there are simply too many Democrats running for too few competitive seats going into Tuesday’s primary. And it’s not like there aren’t plenty of competitive seats on the ballot Tuesday. California and New Jersey alone – two of the eight states voting on Tuesday - have enough vulnerable House Republicans in office to provide Democrats more than half of the 23 pick-ups they’d need to take...