First, it turned against the establishment. Now it has set its sights on democracy — the principles, the process and even the word itself.
Beyond elections and voting issues, these Trump-aligned candidates could shape the country’s policies on abortion, climate change, same-sex marriage and much more.
How should we assess the Republican Party?
Tuesday’s primaries in Arizona and Michigan gave the former president a slew of symbolic triumphs.
His bizarre, menacing vision for American politics could well define the future of his party.
Blake Masters, a top candidate in Arizona’s Republican primary for the Senate, has accused Democrats of plotting to “import” new voters. That poses a challenge in a state where a third of the voters are Hispanic.
Blake Masters, J.D. Vance and Mehmet Oz, all Republicans, have a history with the industry that involves uses of consumer data they now criticize.
As a Stanford student in 2007, the Arizona candidate, now 35, chose a CrossFit chat room to express his opposition to U.S. involvement in World War II and downplay Al Qaeda as a threat to Americans.
Two Republican Senate candidates field-test a new message honed in the cable-news studio.
Peter Thiel, one of Donald J. Trump’s biggest donors in 2016, has re-emerged as a prime financier of the Make America Great Again movement.
Senator Mitch McConnell is working furiously to bring allies to Washington who will buck Donald J. Trump. It’s not going according to plan.
How an inside joke among Republicans became one candidate’s tactic for reaching the G.O.P. masses.