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The Democratic Senate candidate's prairie populism has made him competitive in this red state.
Jim Webb raises deep questions about US militarism.
Post–Citizens United, candidates aren’t supposed to coordinate with “outside” spending groups—but even that minimal restriction isn’t being enforced.
Corporations have directed a gusher of money to climate-change deniers in Congress.
Voters in fourteen states—many with tight races—will face new restrictions at the polling booth for the first time in November.
You’ve probably never heard of Martin J. Sklar. But you should have.
How did “one person, one vote” become the rule for statehouses across the country?
After the seven other burglars went public, Judi Feingold decided to come forward with the secret she thought she’d take to her grave.
At a June, Koch-organized summit, Arizona Republican Doug Ducey begged billionaire favor by linking himself to the union-busting Wisconsinite and announcing, “I can't emphasize enough the power of organizations like this.”