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The Tale of Two Electorates: Ohio and New Jersey

Holy Toledo, Ohio has become a bellwether for American political trends. Can you believe that the President has solidified a lead in the once elusively...

Koched Out: Majority of Americans in Favor Campaign Spending Limits

A new AP-National Constitution Center Poll shows that Americans largely back limits on the amount of money individuals, organizations, and corporations can contribute to...

50 Days Left: Yemen, Lehman, Libya: How a Lucky Barack Obama...

Political analysts love to find ‘critical moments’ in political campaigns where ‘everything changed.’ In 1992, it was when George H.W. Bush looked at his...

Romney Lags in Latino Support… So He Endorses Rep. Steve King?

The Romney campaign has said that it needs to win 38% of the Latino vote to win in November, and the latest tracking polls...

“Ya No Más”: New Romney Spanish Language Ad Attacks Obama on...

This weekend the Romney campaign released a new ad, "Ya No Más" which opens with President Obama at a rally in '08 in front...

Dear American Media: Step Up Your Game

After a summer spent quietly observing political developments, and in the wake of the RNC, I took pen to paper to jot down my...

Texas Redistricting Decision Big Victory for Voting Rights Act

Texas’ redistricting plan was denied pre-clearance under section 5 of the Voting Rights Act (VRA) last week by a U.S. District court in D.C....

Puerto Rico and the Democratic National Convention

With the Republican National Convention (RNC) wrapped up, balloons and invisible presidents among them, the Democratic Party takes its turn at their convention, hosted...

DOJ Shuts Books on Joe Arpaio Investigation, Civil Suits Go On

On Friday, the Department of Justice announced that it was closing the criminal investigation of the ever controversial Sheriff of Maricopa County, Joe Arpaio....

Questioning Diversity to Save Affirmative Action

By Lena Martinez-Watts I was raised on a healthy diet of “diversity.” My mother was a teacher not only by profession, but also by nature...