Hillary Clinton is likely to win in November, but only because her Republican opponents are disliked even more.
If the Vermont senator can best Hillary Clinton in Michigan, more states could be at play this month.
The Democrat’s successful nomination reflects the death of neoconservatism.
Western states’ growing Hispanic population can change the outcome of national elections.
The Democrat pulled the economy from the brink of collapse while Republicans stood by.
The vice presidential candidate could hardly defend a foreign policy that is incoherent.
The Republican’s response to every campaign crisis only makes him less popular.