Shane Vander Hart responds to the accusation that Alabama GOP U.S. Senate Candidate Roy Moore had a sexual encounter with a 14-year-old girl in 1979.
Shane Vander Hart: The Latino Victory Fund reached a new low for political ads in a new ad targeting GOP Virginia Gubernatorial candidate Ed Gillespie.
Kelvey Vander Hart: Kid Rock may be out of Michigan’s U.S. Senate race, but thankfully for Michigan, John James is definitely in.
Twitter rejects Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn’s Senate campaign’s video ad because her comments about Planned Parenthood were deemed “inflammatory.”
The Democratic Congressional Candidate Committee (DCCC) says there is no abortion litmus test, then say they won’t work with Democrats for Life of America.
Another Iowa Republican leader, Pottawattamie County GOP Chair Jeff Jorgensen, said Ben Sasse isn’t welcome in Iowa because he didn’t support Donald Trump.
It is too early to speculate whether Republican elected officials coming into the state of Iowa plan to challenge Donald Trump and whether it is welcome.
Karen Handel wins the runoff for Georgia’s 6th Congressional District special election. Republicans also hold South Carolina’s 5th Congressional District.
Kim Weaver, the Democrat challenging Congressman Steve King (R-Iowa) in Iowa’s 4th Congressional District, was formerly an internet psychic.
President-elect Donald Trump won the electoral college vote held on Monday, December 19, 2016 as expected with little to no drama.
Adam Graham offers his own six takeaways from Donald Trump’s victory over Hillary Clinton on Election Day last week.
Shane Vander Hart, looking at voter turnout and exit polling data, discusses several takeaways from Donald Trump’s victory over Hillary Clinton.
Adam Graham: Donald Trump has earned the chance to govern. When he is right, I will agree with him. When he is wrong, I will respectfully oppose him.
Kevin Subra: Donald Trump has won. Only time will reveal if America has won. It is my Christian duty to honor and respect him.
Shane Vander Hart: President-Elect Donald Trump now has the opportunity to fulfill his campaign promises and win over his detractors by governing well.
The power of the incumbency was on display when Iowans voted to send Congressmen Ron Blum, David Young, Steve King and U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley.