Inflation is more important to voters than any social issue the Democrats have, and rightly so. But the Democrats can't touch it.
The rhetoric of this administration and the Democratic party has created submerged voters, who will surprise everyone at Midterms.
This Midterms, think about something more important than special masters and silly speeches - like whose policies work, or not.
Is the country better off now than it was four or even two years ago? No - and even in Midterms American voters can correct this.
Mary Peltola came out the winner for Alaska's At-large House seat, because Republican voters don't know how Ranked Choice Voting works.
Civil discourse, not merely policy, is on the line in this Midterms, given how many Democratic candidates are acting.
As Laura Loomer prepares to contest her primary, a Supervisor of Elections admits irregularities in another race in his county.
Laura Loomer lost a primary she felt she should have won - but the winner has already announced his pending resignation. What next?
Trump will face a new test of his endorsement power in Alaska, where ranked choice voting could turn Alaska purple, or blue.
Liz Cheney went down in her Wyoming primary, as we all expected. But then she dropped Abraham Lincoln's name. Look out!