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?
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.
West Virginia Primary Results: 2016 Election - NBC News
Presidential election results from the 2016 West Virginia Democratic Primary and West Virginia Republican Primary on May 10
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.
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...
Bernie Sanders’s Path To The Nomination
How much trouble will Hillary Clinton be in if she loses in Nevada, where Democrats will caucus on Saturday? How close does Bernie Sanders need to come in South Carolina, which votes a week later? …
Cook Breaks Down Chances for Trump, Sanders - Indiana Chamber of Commerce
Charlie Cook is editor and publisher of the Cook Political Report and a political analyst for National Journal magazine. Cook is considered one of the nation’s leading authorities on American politics...