If these polls are anywhere near correct, it shows Trump is still ahead in reliably red counties—reliably red in that a majority voted for a Republican presidential candidate in 2012. However, a majority of voters ...
Election polls released this week show Hillary Clinton leading in most of the 2016 battleground states, with a close contest between Clinton and Trump in Florida.
As one of the biggest disappointments of this election cycle, Rubio is a walking demonstration of how resoundingly Republican primary voters have rejected the establishment candidates.
Geography favors Clinton: More than a quarter of Sanders' voters are expected to come from only three counties. Even with a substantial lead, he may only win a limited number of delegates.
Donald Trump’s going to make a difference in Thursday’s Iowa Republican debate, even though he’ll be absent.
The finance, insurance and real estate industries claim 21.5 percent of Iowa’s gross domestic product, compared with only 7.4 percent for agriculture and natural resources.
The whole thing reads as a good-faith effort, though quite amateur.
In what can only be described as a bad judgement call, Carly Fiorina turned a group of young schoolchildren into becoming props for a rally against abortion in Des Moines, Iowa.
For some Midwesterners, the presidential campaign brings the kind of New York values they can appreciate.
Fresh off a strong debate performance and buoyed by rising poll numbers, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders returned to Iowa with an air of vindication.
Less than four weeks before Iowans kick off the 2016 presidential contest with their Feb. 1 caucuses, the early road to the White House appears to be shaping up as a slippery and uncharted one ...
Trump's strategy is not subtle: Take all the awful and absurd things he's said in this campaign — and condense them into a single spot.