The GOP electorate is still the GOP electorate.
It’s too early for politics junkies to be getting worked up over 2012.
The co-author of ‘Mad As Hell: How the Tea Party Movement Is Fundamentally Remaking Our Two-Party System’ speaks to TheDC
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Sharron Angle’s chances at the polls further threatened by third option on ballot
In what turned into a heated exchange Thursday between Sen. Arlen Specter and Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan, Pennsylvania’s lame duck Democrat showed he would have nothing of her (non)answers
GOP likely will benefit most from the Tea Party movement in the short term, especially in general elections
Focusing on down-ticket elections can demonstrate both the electoral viability of the movement and set the foundation for even greater influence in the future
In the aftermath of Scott Brown’s historic victory in Massachusetts, some observers were quick to ask a hard question: did pro-life organizations and individuals sell their souls in campaigning for Brown, a pro-choice Republican and supporter of Roe v. Wade? In other words, did political expediency trump ideological commitment for pro-lifers?