2016 elections

Former DCCC Exec Says “Signs” Were There for Trump

Heard on the Hill This Week: What’s the Post-Election Vibe in D.C.?

Obama to Trump: ‘Stop Whining’

Six Weeks To Go: Roll Call’s Election Forecast

Presidential Ratings Change: Florida and Ohio to Tossup

This can’t be how Democrats imagined the presidential race playing out. Republicans nominated the least popular candidate in history and yet Hillary Clinton is locked in a close and competitive battle with Donald J. Trump,  just seven weeks before Election day. 

Fall Forecast: The Top 10 Most Vulnerable House Members

What Went Wrong For Debbie Wasserman Schultz

After WikiLeaks released nearly 20,000 emails sent by Democratic National Committee officials that suggested the DNC favored Hillary Clinton in the Democratic primaries, embattled DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz announced she would step down from her post following the convention in Philadelphia. With supporters of Bernie Sanders decrying the DNC’s treatment of their candidate, Roll Call looks back on what went wrong this election cycle for Wasserman Schultz.

Convention Preview: Rumble in the Home of Rock and Roll?

The Republican National Convention kicks off in Cleveland on Monday. While it’s unlikely that Donald Trump can be denied the nomination, those unhappy with his ascendancy – both inside and outside the arena – are likely to make their voices heard.