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?
The founder of Gab, a far-right social media network, recently made bigoted remarks defending his ties with Mr. Mastriano, the Republican nominee for governor of Pennsylvania.
The Republican Party isn’t capable of governing a democracy. And yet Democrats keep helping some of its most unhinged candidates.
Democrats hope the fall of Roe v. Wade will jolt abortion rights supporters into action in midterm elections. But is it enough to turn voters’ attention away from inflation?
A blueprint is emerging for Republicans who defy the 45th president and still hope to win a G.O.P. primary. Here are five rules of political survival for the aspiring Trump critic.
Midway through primary season, the party has nominated several candidates who deny the 2020 outcome for posts that will have significant sway over the 2024 presidential election.
Twenty-one state legislators joined the crowds in Washington as they sought to overturn the 2020 election. For some, it was a ticket to grass-roots stardom on the right. For others, it was a political dead end.
With many of Donald J. Trump’s endorsed candidates falling to defeat in recent primaries, some Republicans see an opening for a post-Trump candidate in 2024.
The Republican primaries in Georgia and Pennsylvania tested the lingering influence of false claims about election fraud.
Unfortunately for Democrats, this year does not seem like it will offer an exception to the midterm jinx.
Plundering our attention and poisoning us with lies.
The primaries are exposing the rage at the core of the G.O.P.
G.O.P. strategists reacted to the victory in Pennsylvania with alarm, worried that he may be too extreme for voters in an otherwise promising year for their party.
In primaries so far, Republican voters have appeared willing to nominate proponents of Donald Trump’s election falsehoods, making clear that this year’s races may well affect future elections.
The Republican Party’s strategy to contain populist rebellion didn’t work in Pennsylvania.
The Make America Great Again movement is dominating Republican primaries. But is the former president in control of it?
The candidates endorsed by former President Donald J. Trump have succeeded in many of their early primaries, with some notable exceptions.
The day’s biggest race, the Republican Senate primary in Pennsylvania, was too close to call. But elsewhere, candidates who dispute the 2020 outcome ran away with G.O.P. contests.
In the pivotal swing state of Pennsylvania, voters will decide hugely consequential primaries for Senate and governor. And in North Carolina, Madison Cawthorn’s political fate will be determined.
The G.O.P. thought it had 2022 all figured out. Then along came Kathy Barnette and Doug Mastriano.
Mr. Mastriano, who has promoted many false claims of a stolen 2020 election, was the leading Republican candidate for governor even before Donald Trump’s endorsement.
Doug Mastriano and Kathy Barnette are amplifying Donald Trump’s stolen-election lie in two key races. Republicans fear they could lose in November. Democrats fear they could win.