Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday Andrew Egger, David M. Drucker, and Audrey Fahlberg offer a heavily reported look at what’s going on in the parties’ struggle for political power, from the campaign trail to the White House.
Plus: GOP operatives weigh in on how—or whether—GOP challengers can still take Trump down.
Plus: More on DeSantis and abortion.
Plus: Do Republican voters care about the debt ceiling?
Plus: The McCormick/Mastriano cold war in Pennsylvania.
Plus, New York Democrats turn up the heat on congressional redistricting efforts.
Plus: Meet George Santos’ first primary challenger.
Plus: A progressive wins in Chicago.
Plus: Club for Growth VP and former DeSantis staffer Scott Parkinson files to run for Senate in Virginia.
Plus: Utah Republicans expect Mitt Romney to run for reelection.
Plus: Two Democratic visions for Chicago’s future meet in next week’s mayoral runoff.
Plus: Where West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice stands on a Senate run.
Plus: Former GOP Senate candidate Dave McCormick is launching a new PAC, fueling suspicions he’ll run again in 2024.
Plus: Trump steps up his retail politics game and House Republicans demand answers over the unauthorized release of military records.
Plus: ‘Anything that gets you asking me questions about Jan. 6 instead of asking me about inflation, I think is a bad idea for Republicans.’
Plus: D.C. home rule splits Democrats, Florida’s legislative session begins, and Larry Hogan discusses his decision not to run for president.
Plus: Marianne Williamson launches a second presidential campaign, and Ohio’s GOP secretary of state mulls a U.S. Senate bid.