Inside Josh Shapiro’s 2022 landslide — and what it means for 2024 | Analysis
The Montgomery County pol showed it's possible for Democrats to win back working class voters.
Now a political force, research shows GenZ voters crave information on candidates, issues
A generation shaped by mass shootings is looking for answers from policymakers.
How Democrats won the West | John A. Tures
Since 1992, Democrats have flipped the region away from Republican control, a shift that began with the end of the Cold War and carried through a Pacific Coast economic recession, anti-racism demonstrations and violence in Los Angeles and the area’s increasing diversity.
The GOP’s New Year’s resolution | Editorial Cartoon
Will Republicans give up the myth of the stolen election in 2023?
The four political storylines that defined 2022 | Analysis
From the fight over abortion rights to nationally watched campaigns, these are the stories that set the tone for the year.
Two Lehigh Valley pols raised more than $1M each for winning state Senate races
The tallies 'certainly signal we are in a new era in terms of the costs of state legislative races,' Muhlenberg College political analyst Chris Borick said.
Georgia’s gift to Trump is a lump of coal in his stocking | Jay Bookman
Georgia’s role in protecting American democracy may have yet another important chapter.
Trump’s nonsense wins yet another news cycle | Greg LaRose
The former president knows the more outrageous he is, the more his statements will resonate in the echo chamber.
The fight over control of the Pa. House is Harrisburg high-stakes lunacy at its worst
Democrats likely will control the House next session. The real fight is over the 'what' that occurs before the seemingly inevitable happens.
Republicans can’t seem to fathom why they lost | Dick Polman
Bad candidates, no ideas, and the Trump factor added up losses up and down the ballot.
What Georgia’s 2022 runoff can teach us about the 2024 White House race | John A. Tures
Campaign on this -- not that, for starters.
Dumping Trump won’t solve the GOP’s leadership problem | Darrell Ehrlick
Republican outrage over his many offenses is too little, too late.