We just spent an hour taking questions on topics ranging from the shape of a Massachusetts Senate special election to the 2010 outlook for Democrats to our preferences in coffee drinks.
Massachusetts Sen. Ted Kennedy's letter to Gov. Deval Patrick requesting that state law be changed so that if he steps aside in the near future an interim senator would be appointed in his place set off furious speculation about the future of the legendary Senate seat.
As the White House seeks to regroup on health care before Congress returns next month, the President and his senior officials face a problem as old as politics: how to effectively combat misinformation about the bill.
Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina's decision to open an exploratory committee to weigh a possible challenge to Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) in 2010 creates the possibility that Golden State Republicans may well field their most competitive statewide ticket in more than a decade next November.
The current and former President meet. White House photo by Pete Souza Bring on the captions!...
Yesterday, after consultation with our editor, we took the unfortunate step of banning a commenter on the Fix due to a series of remarks that violated our previous warning to avoid engaging in personal attacks against other posters.
The retirement of Wisconsin Gov. Jim Doyle (D) on Monday further solidifies the area known as the Rust Belt as the central proving ground for both parties heading into the 2010 midterm elections.
Two-thirds of Virginia voters said that President Barack Obama's support of Virginia state Sen. Creigh Deeds (D) either makes no difference or makes them less likely to back the Democratic gubernatorial nominee, according to a new Washington Post survey.
Wisconsin Gov. Jim Doyle (D) has decided against seeking a third term in 2010, a decision that opens up another competitive gubernatorial contest in the upper Midwest.