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Can Lisa Murkowski's write-in campaign in Alaska serve as an example of how to mobilize voters in the twenty-first century?
Howard Dean joins Ari Berman to discuss Berman's new book and to examine how Democrats can amp up their base in the face of lagging enthusiasm and continuing partisan attacks.
Russ Feingold has been one of the few consistently progressive Senators in Washington, so it's no surprise that he's now a prime target for conservatives.
The GOP "Pledge to America" may lack substance, but it cannot be ignored.
At the California governor's debate, Democrat Jerry Brown redeemed his flagging campaign by making a clear and convincing case for his candidacy.
The tragic irony of this political moment: the people with the most faith in Obama are the hardest hit by the economic disaster, and this brute fact is driving the enthusiasm gap.
Five Republican Senate nominees recently announced that they do not support a woman's right to an abortion even in the case of rape or incest.
Why the party needs to have a plan, keep it simple—and do something for the base.
One year later, the blockbuster Game Change can be read as much for how little election narratives explain about history as for the story of the 2008 campaign.
Melissa Harris-Lacewell talks about the key losses for the Tea Party in the Michigan and Missouri primaries.