Midterms

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 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.

Are Republicans Ready for Change Yet?

The party is badly out of step with the electorate.

The Very Online House Majority Logs On

Is politics about fan service or persuasion?

Explaining New York’s Red Wave

Can Republicans build on the pickups they made in the Empire State?

Kook Waterloo

Election denialism might be fading.

McCarthy’s Misery

To prevail as speaker, he’ll have to appeal to the suddenly reasonable House Freedom Caucus.

Liz Cheney’s Revenge?

Anti-MAGA conservatives might be swinging America’s elections.

Rick Scott Takes His Shot

Yet the senator’s bid to topple Mitch McConnell will likely be snuffed out fast.

The Sweep: What Just Happened?

Democrats didn’t exactly win, but Republicans definitely lost.

House Republicans Choose Their Fighter

Plus: Will moderates flex any muscle? And a look at Democrats’ debt ceiling calculus.

Be Careful What You Wish For

For Republicans, a narrow House majority might be more trouble than it’s worth.