Gun control was barely an issue in the 2012 campaign.
Mitt Romney lost on Election Day, but it’s unclear whether running mate Paul Ryan did as well.
Writing a book (preferably, a memoir) has become a prerequisite for any candidate thinking about a presidential run.
In their period of post-election soul-searching, Republicans are enmeshed in a debate about abortion
Earlier conventions would give candidates a jump-start on spending general-election funds, courting voters.
One of the most iconic images of the presidential campaign was of Christie and President Obama touring the damage from Sandy.
Hispanic turnout set a record, but the Republican’s share of that vote slipped to its lowest mark since Bob Dole’s bid.
Romney has united conservatives and the mainstream media over just how good a candidate he’s proven to be.
Foreign-policy issues can either burnish or burst impressions of a candidate’s leadership abilities.
Obama and Romney referenced “women” 30 times in their second debate.