A conversation with Stacey Abrams Georgia’s gubernatorial candidate on election disputes, the state’s economy and abortion rights
US midterms: The country with the youngest politicians in the world
As part of a new series, we explore whether Norway has a solution for the US and its ageing leaders.
Wes Moore bids to become Maryland governor: ‘I’m running against an insurrectionist’
The 43-year-old military veteran is confident he can defeat Trumpist Dan Cox and become the state’s first black governor
Why Democrats Have a Good Shot at North Carolina’s Open Senate Seat
Cheri Beasley is in dead heat against Republican Ted Budd, giving Democrats renewed hope in a high-stakes Senate race that has gone under the radar this midterms cycle.
Millions Pour Into Group Working to Keep Democrats’ House Majority
The House Majority PAC, the outside spending group linked to Speaker Nancy Pelosi, raised more than $36 million in September and nearly $55 million since July.
The Next Presidential Election Is Happening Right Now in the States
State-legislature elections could decide the fate of democracy.
The Shrinking Nature of Competitive Senate Seats
Both Democrats and Republicans keep retreating into their corners.
It’s Time to Take Democrats’ Chances in the House Seriously
No, they are not favored. But the notion of retaining the chamber is not as far-fetched as it once was.