Romney and Trump got a similar number of votes in Minnesota, but from very different parts of the state.
It’s a longshot, but one purpose for running a third slate would be to throw the presidential election into the U.S. House.
Speaking at the University of Minnesota, Peter Wehner calls Donald Trump a “toxic figure in American politics.”
Trump wasn’t about to take any of that improvident smack.
Presidential candidates focus intensely on how to appeal to voters in Iowa, a small and not particularly typical state. Does that make sense?
Republicans entered 2014 with considerably more pick-up opportunities than the Democrats, but it will be the reverse in 2016.
A new poll of registered voters indicates that if a presidential election was held now, Mitt Romney would beat President Obama.
WASHINGTON — Book boils down Minnesotans’ presidential campaigns to this: Michele Bachmann was intimidated by Rick Perry, while Mitt Romney decidedly wasn’t by Tim Pawlenty.
Mitt Romney is still trying to defend the secretly recorded remark, and to spin what he said by changing it after the fact.
The communications scholar says attacks on fact are not just bad for election outcomes, but also distort policy decisions.
Political scientist John Sides says they don’t matter, or at least not as much as we think
The tax policy encourages urban sprawl and gives breaks to those who need them least.
But do we really need a “lie of the year” award?
The new state Senate assistant minority leader rejects two key pieces of the Republican’s re-election strategy.
Will drone warfare be the long-term legacy of the “war on terrorism”?
Two landmark decisions — Roe v. Wade and Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission — illustrate the lack of real judicial modesty.
This election was a rejection of the anti-women’s health agenda that some in Congress have pursued for the last two years and that Mitt Romney would have continued.
A former state House speaker and an ex-congressman analyzed their parties’ standing with voters.
Egyptians say Obama has failed to deliver on his promises of peace. But they also say Romney would have been worse.
Who says pollsters are wrong and newspaper editorial pages have no effect?