2020
2020
Election 2020

In the wake of Iowa, caucuses should go, but small states must stay

Small states play an important role in vetting presidential candidates and give worthy but unknown and underfunded candidates an opportunity to compete against major establishment players. That's a system we should keep.

By

Teddy David

on

February 19, 2020

Editorial
Editorial

Poll: Sanders seizes a massive lead from Warren, socialism more popular than capitalism

We polled 358 registered voters at Vassar on the 2020 election, politics and policy. Here's what they had to say.

By

Andrew Solender

on

February 21, 2020

Politics
Politics

What does impeachment mean for Susan Collins?

The once-popular Maine Republican's vote to acquit Trump may be the last straw for Pine Tree State voters.

By

Alex Wilson

on

February 19, 2020

Archive
Archive

The media would be reporting on Klobuchar's staff mistreatment if she were a man

A cursory analysis proves that staff abuse by men in Washington gets reported on constantly. This undermines Klobuchar defenders' allegations that the coverage of her alleged abuse is gendered.

By

Andrew Solender

on

February 10, 2019

Politics
Politics

The Underrated Importance of Political Skill

Adam Abadi argues that the importance of political skill for the 2020 nominee

By

Adam Abadi

on

November 27, 2019

2020
Election 2020

Is the GOP's chance of retaking the House slipping away?

A recent wave of retirements by a combination of safe and vulnerable GOP House members casts doubt on their chances at recapturing the majority in 2020.

By

Eleanor Carter

on

December 7, 2019

Politics
Politics

Bloomberg could actually win the nomination. Here's how.

The billionaire former mayor of New York City has only been running for two months, is skipping the first four primaries and was initially viewed as a long shot. That's no longer the case.

By

Andrew Solender

on

January 31, 2020

2020
Election 2020

The 2020 election in four defining narratives

The 2020 Democratic primary has been a chaotic affair with dozens of candidates and plenty of drama. But the race leading up to Iowa can be distilled into just four simple narratives.

By

James Bonanno

on

January 31, 2020

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