The Cook political report is moving 20 races toward Democrats. It doesn’t mean they are in the Democratic column, they just are a little closer now. This is a great opportunity for us if we can keep the enthusiasm up and spread that enthusiasm to the...
The nomination night message Trump is aiming to hit home
Judy Woodruff and Gwen Ifill speak with New York Times columnist David Brooks, syndicated columnist Mark Shields and Amy Walter of The Cook Political Report about the Republican ticket, Donald Trump’s convention speech challenge and how running mate Mike Pence’s calming demeanor is just the ‘Pepto Bismol’ he needs.
At rally with Hillary Clinton, Elizabeth Warren gets under Donald Trump’s skin — again
At a rally with Hillary Clinton, Democratic firebrand Sen. Elizabeth Warren proved once more that she knows how to get under Donald Trump’s skin, calling the Republican a “small insecure money-grubber.” Clinton was equally harsh but Trump’s rage was squarely aimed at “goofy” Warren. NPR’s Tamara Keith and Amy Walter from the Cook Political Report join Gwen Ifill to discuss the latest.
Clinton Now Leads Trump By More Than 2 Million Ballots In Popular Vote
Several vocal supporters of GMOs and pesticides are funded by the same groups that finance climate science denial. British writer George Monbiot has a warning for those of us trying to grasp the new political realities in the U.S. and the U.K.: “We have no hope of understanding what is coming until we understand how the dark money network operates,” he wrote in the Guardian.
What Hillary Clinton has to do to beat Donald Trump
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Samuel L. Jackson Records Ad For GA Special Election: 'Stop Donald Trump'
Samuel L. Jackson released a radio ad with the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee on Friday aimed at getting Atlantans to the polls on Tuesday. Though the ad doesn’t mention him by name, Democrat Jon Ossoff stands a decent chance against a crowded field in the Sixth District’s special election “jungle primary” on April 18. If no one candidate earns more than 50 percent of the vote next week, the two top candidates will compete in a June run-off vote. The Cook Political Report…
The Cook Political Report, one of the most respected and accurate political forecasters, updated their “Political Scorecard” forecast for the 2016 presidential election in light of Donald Trump’s recent clinching of the Republican nomination, and things are not looking good for the GOP. The Report updated thirteen of its state ratings, which “are based on …
Clinton leads Trump by over two million in popular vote
“Republicans who are vulnerable to the most blowback for opposing reform aren’t the ones in Latino districts, they are in white districts where liberal voters don’t want to vote for someone they perceive as out of touch." David Wasserman, Cook Political Report - Daily Beast 8-1-13
Republican Civil War Erupts: Business Groups v. Tea Party
The Cook Political Report, a nonpartisan Washington-based group that tracks races, changed the ratings of 15 U.S. House seats yesterday, all but one in favor of the prospects for Democrats. After three vacancies are filled in the 435-member House, Democrats are expected to need a net pickup of 17 seats to win back the majority they lost in the 2010 elections. http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-10-18/republican-civil-war-erupts-business-groups-v-tea-party.html