Party campaign leaders don't have a strategy to compete for votes in the countryside.
The Libre Initiative is tasked with convincing Hispanics to vote against their economic self-interest.
Kamala Harris's candidacy draws parallels to Hillary Clinton in 2016 — and Obama in 2004.
Asian voters stand as a testament to the limits of demographically driven politics.
They could serve as prisms for new ideas and bridges to compromise.
Hispanic votes are easy to quantify when analyzing 100-percent Hispanic precincts. The further away from those precincts, however, the less confidence in numbers.
The collective loss of moderate Democrats like Landrieu lessens the ability of the party to attract moderate and independent voters.
There's no passion for him among Democrats. So this year, they did not bother to show up.
Men are emerging as a new power base that Democrats ignore at great peril.
Government will go out of its way to accommodate some people, but puts up barriers to others.