If Hillary Clinton is to have the option of running for president in 2016, she needs a strong legacy as secretary of state, by far the most important post she's ever held.
With just over a week to go, will we rise to the occasion and help Virginia Democrats keep control of the State Senate?
Although the question of whether he will run again in Virginia in 2013 remains tantalizingly unanswered, McAuliffe has been doing what most successful candidates don't do -- fulfilling his campaign promises.
Run, Timmy, Run! At the Jefferson - Jackson annual convocation of state democratic party membership in Richmond on Februrary 19, the call for a new S...
Obama would be very smart to begin calling on some of the people he has been distant from and who could give him the smart counsel he has until now stayed away from. Bill Clinton would top my list.
Gallup has Bill Clinton now listed as the single most popular politician in the United States. Some say he is probably today the most popular politician globally.
With any relationship, when the bad far outweighs the good, perhaps it's time to move on. This is honestly how I've felt for the past few years with the Democratic Party
Game Change is interesting, but there's not much in it that wasn't already known. It's not a strong analytical book.
Deeds was nominated because he seemed "electable." Then he lost to McDonnell. This "electability test" has a damaging effect on political discourse and ultimate electoral success.
There is a strikingly trans-partisan and trans-national nature to this high-stakes influence game.
McAuliffe presented himself as a carpetbagger, pure and simple. Blaming the Clintons is grossly unfair to the former President and the Secretary of State.
This is awesome: "a non-partisan, fully-referenced, open-source and crowd-sourced wiki project that lists every candidate running in every U.S. Senate, House and governor's race."
Seldom has a defeat been more richly deserved than Terry McAuliffe's failed bid to win the Democratic nomination to run for Governor of Virginia.
We're new to the D.C. area. So when we started paying attention to the Virginia governors race it was late in the game. But it didn't take long for my blue collar husband to take sides.
My colleague Paul Fidalgo wrote a blog post today over at the FairVote blog that I thought timely to share. You can see a range of new posts there on ...
With Creigh Deeds surging across the southern portion of the state and Brian Moran holding his own in NoVa, it's all but decided: McAuliffe has no viable path to victory.