In a landslide reminiscent of his defeat of Alf Landon in the 1936 presidential election, Franklin Delano Roosevelt crushed the competition to become the first inductee of the Fix Political Hall of Fame voted in by the people.
76 That's the percentage of conservative Republican voters who have a favorable opinion of Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, according to a new Washington Post/ABC News poll.
The last month has been kind to Senate Republicans. Top tier candidates in Illinois and New Hampshire have decided to run on the Republican and primaries have grown clearer -- or at least less messy -- in Missouri and Florida.
President Barack Obama on the blue pill and the red pill, Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.) at Waterloo and the tales of two Steves.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's decision to postpone a final vote on President Barack Obama's health care proposal until September sets up a one-month campaign sprint between allies and opponents of the legislation over Congress' August recess.
A seemingly innocuous answer by President Barack Obama in response to a question at last night's press conference regarding the arrest of Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. has spawned a national controversy that threatens to overshadow the chief executive's messaging on the urgency of health care reform.
With just over 100 days left before voters in New Jersey and Virginia head to the polls to pick their governors, Republicans have a legitimate chance of picking up both of the seats.
On the same day that President Barack Obama used Sen. Jim DeMint's now infamous "Waterloo" comment to castigate those who play politics with health care reform, a top official at the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee was sitting down with a possible challenge to the Republican in 2010.
That's the percentage of Connecticut voters who believe Sen. Chris Dodd (D) is "honest and trustworthy", according to new poll data in the Nutmeg State released today by Quinnipiac University.
President Barack Obama talks about the state of American health-care reform at a news conference in the East Room of the White House. Photo by Marvin Joseph of the Washington Post The Fix spent last night tweeting and analyzing...
President Barack Obama used a prime time press conference tonight to issue a facts and figures-filled defense of his policies on health care and the economy, policies that have drawn significant criticism from Republicans, and even some Democrats, in recent weeks.
President Barack Obama will hold the fourth prime time press conference of his presidency this evening at 8 p.m., taking the podium at a critical time for his Administration with questions over the efficacy of his approach on health care and the economy being raised in earnest for the first time.
20 That's the number of Democrats who backed an amendment offered by Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.) that would have allowed gun owners to carry guns across state lines as long as the state's laws allowed weapons to be concealed and carried.
For months, the prevailing wisdom among smart strategists has been that former Pennsylvania Rep. Pat Toomey (R) can't win the Senate seat in 2010 regardless of whether Sen. Arlen Specter or Rep. Joe Sestak is the Democratic nominee.
South Dakota Sen. John Thune will step into the national spotlight today when the Senate votes on his controversial measure to allow gun owners to carry concealed weapons across state lines.
Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) may have misused a legal defense fund, according to a report obtained by the Associated Press.
New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine received a "C-" for his performance over the first three plus years on the job in a new Monmouth University poll, the latest evidence of just how much trouble the incumbent is in as he seeks a second term this fall.
40 That's the percentage of conservatives who believe the Senate should not confirm judge Sonia Sotomayor to the U.S. Supreme Court, according to new data in the Washington Post-ABC News poll.
Fred Malek, longtime Republican operative and one of the leading money men in the party, has posted his response to the the Fix's most recent Friday Line in which we ranked the ten most influential Republican leaders.
Former Florida state House Speaker Marco Rubio (R) will not exit the state's open seat Senate race despite facing long odds and a cash deficit against Gov. Charlie Crist (R), according to sources familiar with his decision.
The latest installment from the Fix and Mr. Milbank....
Pennsylvania Sen. Arlen Specter has ended his silence in his Democratic primary fight against Rep. Joe Sestak, repeatedly ripping the challenger for his spotty voting record as a private citizen and a series of missed votes in Congress.
It's here! After three weeks of making the cases for and against Richard Nixon, Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Tip O'Neill as the next inductee into the Fix Political Hall of Fame, the day of reckoning has arrived.
Experiment, reckless and risky. Read Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele's speech on health care this morning and those three words come up in nearly every sentence.
That's the percentage of independent voters who approve of the way President Barack Obama is handling health care reform as compared to 49 percent who disapprove of his performance, according to the latest Washington Post-ABC News survey.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R) will wade into the national debate over health care this week by penning op-eds in Politico and the Wall Street Journal and appearing on a series of cable chat shows today and tomorrow.
Seeking to set some sort of record for mea culpas, South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford has penned an op-ed once again apologizing for his disappearance from the state last month and his admission of an extramarital affair.