How to Lose Elections and Still Cut Taxes
Quirky circumstances may give Michigan Republicans bragging rights even though Democrats control the state legislature and governorship.
The GOP’s George Santos Dilemma
National leaders tolerate him while New York Republicans urge him to step down.
The Election Crisis We Dodged
A proposal to prevent the seating of House members from states with ‘bad’ election laws would be disastrous.
Fact Checking Claims About Arizona Voter Registration Numbers
A claim circulating now is both false and old.
Out Best Stuff From the Week the Midterms Finally Ended
Warnock defeats Walker, but it’s Donald Trump who was hardest hit.
Democrats’ Empire State Split
New York’s progressives launch a salvo against centrists over the future of the state party.
Will a New Price Cap on Russian Oil Work?
Plus: The implications of Georgia’s Senate runoff on the 2024 presidential race.
Walker Goes Down to Warnock
Why Georgia’s Senate runoff felt like a post-Trump election.
House Republicans Begin to Pick Up the Pieces
GOP leaders find themselves with a slim majority—and questions about how to avoid disappointment again.
Stirewaltisms: Does Georgia Have One More 2022 Surprise in Store?
We’ll find out Tuesday.
Dispatch Live: China Protests COVID Lockdowns
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A House Divided
The national vote for the House of Representatives suggests a politics stuck in neutral.
Are You Tired of Losing Yet?
A question for the GOP headed into 2024.
The Sweep: Digesting Turkey and Midterm Data
The Trump tax, ticket splitters, and early voting.
The Pennsylvania GOP’s Pushover Primary
Some Republicans in the Keystone State say this year’s election results show ‘how weak’ their party is.
Democratic Divergence in the Old Obama Coalition
In this year’s midterms, Democrats held their own in North Carolina but got clobbered in Florida.