An electorate that continues to be partially-informed each and every election year is nothing to shrug our shoulders about.
An unprecedented storm was a deciding factor in last week’s presidential election.
Tomorrow night will be the first time I experience election night not as a world-changing battle between my side and the bad guys—but rather, as a cultural spectacle to be taken in with amused detachment.
Hurricane Sandy is a cautionary tale.
Almost 200 Harvard students entered the HPR’s election prediction contest, and predicted a 290 to 248 victory for President Obama.
Two Harvard Leftists walk into a bar.
The Ohio Senate race serves as a case study in the fundamentally altered political landscape in America.