The Permanent Campaign
Sarah Isgur, a veteran of national campaigns and the hard-knocks world of political communications, provides insight into strategy and mechanics of political campaigns with some behind-the-scenes flavor along the way.
Plus, who’s headed for the debate stage?
Also: Why can neither political party do math?
And what they tell us about the campaigns.
What to look for from the courts and how Donald Trump’s indictment might—or might not—affect the race for 2024.
Plus: Why is my car made for men?
How we got to the possibility of Biden invoking the 14th Amendment to solve the debt-ceiling crisis.
Neither side thinks it can lose in 2024.
What will become of Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema?
The incumbent announces his reelection bid, while Trump says he isn’t going to debate his GOP opponents.
But not of third parties.
Plus, Joe Biden is a surprisingly strong incumbent.
How will post-COVID population trends shape our politics?
Will the Manhattan district attorney come to regret his investigation of Donald Trump?
And what to make of the responses to Tucker Carlson’s questions for GOP candidates.
Plus: What can we learn from a survey of GOP county chairs?
Fake accounts can have real consequences.