Not only that, they beat expectations.
The Iowa caucuses were last week, buddy.
The New Hampshire voter guide on Trump’s website lumps requirements for the two together.
Rubio-bot had another malfunction on the trail.
Our primary calendar is biased in favor of rural voters and against urban voters. Moving DC up would fix that.
Rick Hasen is right: Selfies are a threat to democracy.
The poll could very well be an outlier, but it represents a 43 point (!) swing since March.
If you want to understand why American has a violence problem, you need go no further than this video.
New Hampshire will become the first state in the nation’s history to send an all-female delegation to Congress.
NH Results: Mitt Romney 39.4% (94,255)Ron Paul: 22.8% (54,513)Jon Huntsman: 16.9% (40,388) Newt Gingrich: 9.4% (22,518) Rick Santorum: 9.3% (22,293)Rick Perry: 0.7% (1,688) A few thoughts… ...
Today is the New Hampshire first in the nation primary! Woohoo! Normally this is an incredibly exciting, tense day of political expectations reaching back multiple years of campaigning. ...
Ari Melber has a very thoughtful piece at The Atlantic on the chances that the 2012 Republican presidential election could signal the end of the Iowa caucus as a major component of ...