Earlier today, we fielded question from Fixistas across the country about what Tuesday's primaries meant, some of the top governor's races in the country and, yes, our six favorite finishing moves in professional wrestling.
Just as we were debating who should win "Worst Week in Washington" this week, a video of embattled New York Rep. Charlie Rangel (D) dancing onstage at his 80th birthday party this week surfaced. Case closed.
What effect will Louisiana Sen. David Vitter's admission of involvement in a prostitution ring have on his re-election race this fall?
The Fix ranks the top 30 House races most likely to switch parties this fall.
Former Nevada Assemblywoman Sharron Angle is up with a new television ad pledging to "save" Social Security and accusing Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D) of "raiding" the retirement trust fund.
The Fix picks a winner for our Colorado primary prediction contest.
There have been gaffes galore in the Silver State over the past week or two as candidates for Senate and governor have been wooing Hispanic voters. But will these campaign-trail stumbles have an impact in November?
The Fix offers our updated Senate and gubernatorial rating for 2010 races.
The new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll confirmed what most campaign-watchers have known for months -- voters are angry, dissatisfied, unhappy and fed up. But there are as many objects of their rage as there are words to describe it.
Who had the "Worst Week in Washington"? Offer your nominees!
The American public is deeply dissatisfied with Congress, the two political parties and the broad direction of the country, according to a new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll, a pessimism that suggests wholesale change is a distinct possibility at the ballot box this fall.
Is a comparison between Linda McMahon and Al Franken warranted? And is it instructive?
The Fix breaks down the winners and losers from the Aug. 10 primaries in Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia and Minnesota.
Anna Burger, one of the most powerful figures in the organized labor, will step aside from her current posts as secretary-treasurer of the Service Employees International Union and chairman of the labor collective Change to Win to pursue an effort to build an long-term progressive organization.
Former Georgia Secretary of State Karen Handel has conceded the state's GOP governor primary to former Rep. Nathan Deal, averting what could have been a lengthy recount of Tuesday's results.
Will Linda McMahon's time as WWE CEO be an asset or a liability in November?
Appointed Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet's solid primary victory over former state House Speaker Andrew Romanoff provided a much-needed piece of good news for the Democratic establishment in Washington who had lined up heavily behind the incumbent.
Appointed Sen. Michael Bennet held a narrow lead over former state House Speaker Andrew Romanoff in the Colorado Democratic Senate primary, the marquee event of a night in which four states are slated to pick candidates for the fall.
The Fix covers tonight's primaries live!
A House Democrat in Indiana is using images of President Obama and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in a new ad separating himself from his party's leaders.
White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs' comments expressing frustration with what he termed the "professional left" the latest example of tensions between the administration and the Democratic Party's left flank bubbling over.
New York Rep. Charlie Rangel's decision to take to the House floor today to defend himself against ethics charges further complicated Democrats' ability to drive their preferred economic message while handing Republicans a cudgel with which they immediately began to use to beat up on endangered incumbents.
Make your prediction of the order of finish in today's Colorado Democratic Senate primary between Michael Bennet and Andrew Romanoff!
A look at Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour's political inner circle.
Appointed Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet faces voters for the first time today in a primary fight against state House Speaker Andrew Romanoff that has become a nip and tuck affair over the last week or so.
If Republicans are to retake the House this year, they're probably going to have to do something they haven't been able to do for 20 years: beat Rep. Chet Edwards (R-Texas).
It's been a banner year for self-funders, or so we're being led to believe. The real question is: in addition to making some lucky consultants rich, will some of these wealthy candidates actually win elective office?
A little while back, we wrote about how new Gallup data indicated that former President Bill Clinton might prove to be a more effective surrogate for candidates this fall than President Barack Obama. Now, it appears that those numbers are bearing out on the campaign trail.
Connecticut is set to provide plenty of drama on primary day Tuesday, but it won't be in the restarted GOP Senate primary between Linda McMahon and former Rep. Rob Simmons, according to a new Quinnipiac poll.
His memoir isn't due to hit the shelves for another three months, but already, George W. Bush is well on his way to returning to the national spotlight.