Campaigns and Elections

Gore’s Supreme Challenge Gore’s Supreme Challenge

If I had been so bold as to have wagered that Al Gore would succeed in the latest Supreme Court round, I would have quickly called my bookie this morning after breakfasting in the...

Dec 11, 2001 / Editorial / David Corn

Crispy Supreme Arguments Crispy Supreme Arguments

In Gore Vidal's novel of post-World War I Washington, Hollywood, the toughest ticket in town is a pass to the Senate debate on the League of Nations treaty.

Dec 1, 2001 / Editorial / David Corn

Popping Dimples Popping Dimples

Will Al Gore become the Dimpled President?

Jul 9, 2001 / Editorial / David Corn

Upsetting Upset for the GOP Upsetting Upset for the GOP

Los Angeles Tuesday, March 5, midnight

Mar 6, 2002 / Feature / Marc Cooper

Recount Counterspin Recount Counterspin

The recent election has shown that election reform is necessary to preserve our democracy.

Nov 19, 2001 / Feature / Steve Cobble

Bush to Lay: What Was Your Name Again? Bush to Lay: What Was Your Name Again?

If you believe President Bush, Kenneth Lay--one of his top financial backers and his "good friend"--was merely an equal-opportunity corrupter of our political system, buying off ...

Jan 15, 2002 / Column / Robert Scheer

Connect the Enron Dots to Bush Connect the Enron Dots to Bush

The connections between Enron and the Bush administration run deep—and they should be investigated.

Dec 11, 2001 / Column / Robert Scheer

Election 1876 Election 1876

That year there were disputes over the presidential returns in South Carolina, Louisinana, Oregon and Florida.

Nov 22, 2000 / Feature / The Editors

Reformer From Goldman Sachs Reformer From Goldman Sachs

Senator Corzine speaks from knowledge when he calls for regulatory reform.

Sep 11, 2002 / Feature / William Greider

Jeb vs. Janet in Florida Jeb vs. Janet in Florida

Next year's Florida gubernatorial election--which could pit presidential brother and current GOP Governor Jeb Bush against former Attorney General Janet Reno--is developing into t...

Sep 5, 2001 / Editorial / John Lantigua