Undecided Voters React Coolly to Donald Trump During Debate
Republican Donald Trump’s performance in the first presidential debate on Monday night was likely to bolster his supporters, but risked turning others off, interviews with undecided voters and experts in both parties said.
Trump’s Big Data Gamble
Information Age columnist L. Gordon Crovitz writes that while Donald Trump tweets to the masses, Hillary will be precisely targeting persuadable voters.
2016 Election Forecast
Nate Silver's predictions and polling data for the 2016 presidential election between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump
Elizabeth Warren among those added to updated list of Democratic National Convention speakers
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who was left off the initial rundown of Democratic National Convention speakers, will address attendees at next ...
Why Clinton and Trump may increase voter turnout in 2016
As even casual observers of elections know, raw public opinion is only modestly instructive about likely results. If people don't go to the polls, their views will not affect the outcome. Turnout always matters, and in close elections it can prove decisive. So what do we know about likely turnout in 2016?
A Four-Way Race for President Is Possible, by Jonah Goldberg, National Review
Could Bernie Sanders put Mitt Romney in the White House? I haven’t gotten my 2012 and 2016 wires crossed; I have a theory that’s slightly more realistic than a Donald Trump presidency seemed a year ago.As it stands now, it seems almost inconceivable that Sanders could become the Democratic nominee — unless the FBI indicts Hillary Clinton before the convention, or she reveals herself to be some sort of animatronic device sent from the future to bore us to death (which would make her ineligible under the “natural born” clause of the Constitution). The former seems about as plausible as the latter, given that Trump’s nomination makes it even less likely the Feds will risk interfering with the election.But by staying in the race, Sanders is clearly hurting Clinton. A raft of new polling has Trump either tied or beating Clinton. If Sanders got out and supported Clinton, many of the “Never Hillary” liberals would come home to the Democrats, just as many anti-Trump conservatives have made peace with the presumpti...
News from The Associated Press
Sanders said in an interview with The Associated Press Monday that his supporters hope to see a platform at the July convention that reflects the needs of working families, the poor and young people.
Why Is Bernie Sanders Slamming Southern Democrats?
According to Bernie Sanders, his red-state wins matter more than Hillary’s—an assertion with some troubling overtones.
Bernie Sanders has a plan to hijack Hillary Clinton's superdelegates
As the Bernie Sanders campaign accepts the reality that securing enough votes at this point to win the Democratic nomination outright is impossible, it has moved on to a new phase in its long-shot bid for the White House: hijack Hillary Clinton ’s so-called superdelegates.
Democratic Delegate Scorecard for March 25, 2016
After winning Arizona convincingly on Tuesday, Hillary Clinton maintains a virtually insurmountable lead over Bernie Sanders for the Democratic nomination. Despite her losses in Idaho and Utah, Clinto...