The Super Tuesday elections could answer the core political question that vexes Democrats. Is this a year when voters will bear down or lift up?
Unlike Dean, the Obama campaign does not stress its historic Internet success or run early victory laps in the blogosphere.
Obama won independents by 15 points in Clinton's home state, and by 30 points in California. In the swing state of Missouri, independents flocked to Obama by a decisive 37 points.
The Obama campaign manager says that he won 9 more delegates than Clinton, based on a pledged delegate estimate conducted overnight by analysts in the campaign's Chicago "boiler room."
Polls have been wrong about most things this cycle. But voter turnout shows that Clinton is holding onto poor and working class voters. And the Democratic nominee needs their support to win.
Barack Obama just shattered another grassroots fundraising record, drawing over $7.9 million in a two-day juggernaut ending Thursday. The large haul,...
The past few months of the spying debate do reveal both the promise and residual frailty of this mildly resurgent Democratic Party.
Most of the time, electability is a parlor game for insiders, who shift from (irrelevant) past polling to the titillating speculation of (even less reliable) projection polling.
The Clinton campaign's attack on Obama's use of the line "just words" was widely panned as a baseless and desperate ploy. Her cover-up might go over even worse.
The G.O.P. elites aren't mad that McCain did any of thoee things. They're upset that the media is covering it.
Some top journalists say that newspapers should just end endorsements altogether.
If a bipartisan, anti-war plank serves Democrats well in Virginia, it can help them excel anywhere. Obama is already running on that message, while Clinton struggles with it.