So yeah, what’re David Brock and Media Matters gonna do now?
Echelon Insights looks at split-ticket voting in the 2016 election. Early returns suggested there was record low ticket-splitting, but under the hood it looks less certain. I’m really annoyed they don’t work this question into the exit polls.
This is a really good rundown of how conservatives in congress are planning for the Trump Era. Mostly, it seems, by fighting yesterday’s battles against yesterday’s opponents.
Is this what the future of Democratic populism might look like?
It’s starting to look like Montana is never going to get that second congressional district, and if they pass Rhode Island in population will keep their crown as the most underrepresented state in the House.
Meet Crystal, Minnesota, home to our only libertarian government.
For better or worse, this sounds right to me. Even when the shoe fits, it is rarely a good idea to put it on in the middle of a conflict. Unless it’s someone that really values your opinion.