I wrote about two places I used to live, and why it makes sense for Trump to campaign in one and not the other.
A key Trump staffer in charge of part of the voter turnout operation left yesterday.
Donald Trump's plan to question a likely loss is more fleshed out than you may realize.
Made a tool letting you figure out just how soon election night could be over, depending on who wins where.
In Arizona and North Carolina, early vote returns so far are much more heavily Democratic.
Donald Trump's dual perception of his weak and corrupt and strong and polished opponent.
How Giuliani's savvy the-Dems-will-bus-in-fraudulent-voters-to-Pennsylvania idea would work, in all its simplicity.
America pays close attention to the debate and when a question arises, heads to Google. Like: Is he saying "bigly"?
I wrote about the only really remarkable part of the debate. (Yes, that part.)
Five years ago, evangelicals believed that personal ethics affected a politician's public work? Now? Not so much.
Even if Trump does great tonight, third debates haven't really moved poll numbers.
Americans have never been convinced Trump has the right temperament to be president, and he's not going to convince them now.
It's movement with white voters, not Hispanics, that's defining Trump's electoral troubles.
One good example of Trump exposing weakened establishment power is newspaper editorial boards.
I made a tool that uses poll data to try and predict your vote.
It's a little goofy on mobile right now, but I'm working on it.
20 percent of Republicans think it's very or somewhat important Trump not be elected president.
In October 2012, Romney voters were more enthusiastic about voting for him than Trump voters are about voting Trump now.
I wrote about Trump and fraud with a headline that captures how I feel.
Donald Trump blames the BIASED MEDIA for turning women against him. He should instead blame DONALD TRUMP.
Here is a blog post about how a lot of corporate logos and names are actually 666.
I wrote about Trump's "rigged election" falsehood and the two realities of the American electorate.
One of Trump's targets in his claims of rigging is a group that sits in a pen at every rally.