primaries

Across America, progresses scored a huge win with a night of firsts in the Democratic primaries.
Kobach is known on the national stage for his staunchly conservative views on immigration and voting.
The Trump supporter has made a name for himself with anti-immigrant views and allegations of voter fraud. Will Republicans make him their pick for governor?
In a stunning upset, 28-year-old political newcomer Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez defeated Rep. Joe Crowley, a powerful house Democrat.
Voters go to the polls on Tuesday in Nevada, South Carolina and Virginia.
For the first time, people across the state can rank the candidates they want to represent them in the general election.
But incumbent Gov. Kay Ivey secured the GOP nomination.
It's the 42nd state legislative seat that Democrats have turned from red to blue during Donald Trump's presidency.
The upset comes after widespread teacher protests over pension and education budget cuts.
If elected, the former party leader in the state legislature would be the nation’s first black female governor.
McGrath's victory continues the success women and political newcomers have found in Democratic primaries.
The president is very popular among the Republican base -- which means GOP lawmakers have little incentive to challenge him.
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Donald Trump has always been a parody. His constituents, with fulsome media connivance, led him speech by speech, rally by
Both incumbents are expected to prevail, but will face tougher general election fights.
If the past is any prologue, by the end of the week nobody's going to even remember this speech, because by then Trump will have had at least two or three blowups out on the campaign trail -- which will become the story, instead.
Will Michelle Obama follow in Hillary's footsteps and eventually run for the Senate in Illinois? We certainly hope so.
The political parties in the United States may well be more divided than they have been since the Civil War. In the 112th