Campaigns & Elections
The 2012 election outcome will depend heavily on which party is able to get better turnout from their voters. Enthusiasm - a desire to keep or end the status quo - will play a huge role in turnout as well as party identification. We will also look at historical trends and what identification of voters were in those years.
Are Democrats Really Excited Paul Ryan is the VP Pick?
Why Democrats shouldn't get too excited about the Paul Ryan for VP Pick.
Why Conservatives Should Support Mitt Romney
Should conservatives support Romney for President in 2012? While he was not the first choice of conservatives, he now offers the best hope for beating Barack Obama.
2013 Massachusetts Special Election
Preview of the 2013 special election for the US Senate seat vacated by John Kerry.
Democratic Senate Seats Up For Re-Election in 2014
First look at the 2014 US Senate races and the seats that Democrats must defend.
Republican Senate Seats Up For Re-Election in 2014
A preview of Republican-held Senate seats up for re-election in 2014.
Eight Possible Conservative Presidential Candidates for 2016
Possible conservative candidates for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination
President Obama Chooses Gridlock and Partisanship over Leadership
A look at the possible lame-duck term of Barack Obama, built on a legacy of partisanship and a refusal to compromise
Possible 2016 Democratic Presidential Candidates
A conservative take on potential frontrunners for the 2016 democratic nomination for President.
US Election Calendar 2013-2016
Elections tracker of important dates of interest to conservatives
Potential Establishment Candidates for the 2016 Presidential Nomination
Possible establishment and moderate candidates for the 2016 Republican Presidential Nomination.
North Carolina in the 2012 Presidential and Gubernatorial Elections
Barack Obama pulled off an upset in North Carolina in 2008, winning by less than 1% of the vote. Analysis and overview of the battleground state heading into the 2012 elections.
Mitt Romney On the Issues: Spending and the Economy
Romney offers a pro-market, limited government approach is a clear contrast to the big-government, union dominated approach of the Obama administration.
A Conservative Look at the 2012 Battleground States
An overview of the top battleground states in the 2012 election cycle, with links to deeper discussions of each state.
Three Tea Party Primaries to Watch in 2012
Conservatives continue to make gains in the Republican Party and seek to grab a handful of primary victories again in 2012.
2016 Republican Presidential Power Rankings
The 1st edition of our 2016 GOP Presidential Power Rankings
The 2012 Electoral College: How Romney Can Defeat Obama
Taking a look at the 2012 Electoral College and how conservatives plan to defeat Obama in the presidential election.
Obamacare vs. Romneycare
The political implications and differences between Romneycare and Obamacare.
Paul Ryan was selected to be Mitt Romney's vice=presidential running-mate in...
What Role does Rep. Paul Ryan play in the 2012 Election?
Swing State Spending by Obama and McCain in 2008
In 2008, Barack Obama had every advantage heading into election day. Chief among them was an incredible money haul. Here, we take a look at how Obama overwhelmed McCain to give some perspective on how much more difficult his task is this year with an equally-well-funded opponent.
Mitt Romney: 2012 Republican Nominee for President Profile
A biography of Mitt Romney, the 2012 Republican nominee for President of the United States, with a look at his business and public experience.
Romneyâs GOP Victory: Realities and Myths
Read about the realities and myths as to why and how Mitt Romney won the 2012 GOP nomination or president.
Top Candidates for the 2012 GOP Vice-Presidential Nomination
A Review of the Top Candidates for the 2012 GOP Vice-Presidential Nomination
2012 VP Picks Gallery
A slideshow of the top candidates to be selected as the GOP vice-presidential running-mate in 2012.
How Conservatives Can Counter Obama
Discusses the various issues conservatives can use to counter Obama in 2012 presidential election.
Conservative Take on the Wisconsin Recall Elections
After losing nearly every election during the 2010 election cycle, Wisconsin Democrats through a tantrum and petitioned to have the newly elected Republican leadership removed from office. The recall elections forced a new set of elections over two years before their scheduled dates.
DC Voting Rights Act
One of the top agenda items for a liberal Congress and a liberal president is broadening its base of power. The DC Voting Rights Act helps Democrats do just that.