Published May 16, 2012
Almost 200 years after it was founded, the Democratic party has become the opposite of what it once was. Now it is a party of special interests payouts that do not benefit the whole country, but rather certain privileged groups of citizens.
Published October 12, 2006
GOP mobilization will make a difference in 2006, though not as much as it did in 2004 and 2002. Its effectiveness is based upon whether voters assess the cost and benefit of going to the polls.
Published August 17, 2006
In 2006, the GOP resembles the party on defense; the Democrats resemble the party on offense. What we are seeing on the Republican side are well-funded incumbents and challengers who are under-funded. On the Democratic side, we are seeing the opposite.
Published August 14, 2006
FEC fundraising data are incredibly helpful for moving us beyond the same exhausting verbiage — the imprecise and misleading polling data, the party spin, the media echo chamber, etc. — that has so far served as campaign 2006 coverage.