What Happens If Election Chiefs Don’t Trust Elections?

'Stop the Steal’ proponents are running for secretary of state positions in battleground states.

Despite It All, Can Blake Masters Win?

Arizona’s Senate race looked all but over in September. But Blake Masters is capitalizing on a new wave of voter angst.

The Sweep: DCCC Chair Sean Patrick Maloney Faces Mounting Criticism

Plus: How to read the Election Night tea leaves.

A Bout Time

Three clashes that will define politics in 2023.

The Debate That Could Push Pennsylvania

John Fetterman’s health remains the main issue in his debate with Mehmet Oz Tuesday night.

Stirewaltisms: Presenting Your 2022 Gubernatorial Race Ratings

Democrats have a better map, but Republicans have a better climate.

When Biden Does It …

His plea to Saudi Arabia to delay oil production cuts is no different from Trump’s ‘perfect’ phone call.

A Rare Left-Coast Opportunity for the GOP

‘In some ways, Republicans are due for a win in Oregon.’

Fact Check: Did Sen. Mark Kelly Say Katie Hobbs Should ‘Run a Better Campaign’?

A viral tweet takes Kelly’s words out of context.

A Rural Democrat Bets on a Moderate Message

While her party plays defense nationally, Marie Gluesenkamp Perez seeks out disaffected Republicans to flip a red-leaning House district.

Party Last

What Trump and Liz Cheney have in common.

Michigan’s Race to ‘Normal’

The contest to represent Michigan’s 3rd Congressional District will test whether local forces can buck national trends.

Stacey Abrams Challenges the Pro-Democracy Left

The Democratic Party’s most prominent election denier deserves to lose.

‘Roevember’ Is Canceled

Time for a midterm vibe check.

Mastriano Lingers in the Fringes

The Pennsylvania GOP gubernatorial nominee approaches Election Day short on cash and swing-voter appeal.