One presidential candidate received approximately 29 votes. He's surprised he got that many.
Meet Brock Pierce, the Drug-Legalizing Cryptocurrency Entrepreneur on the Presidential Ballot in 16 States
"I obviously identify with and resonate with and connect with my libertarian brothers and sisters on so many levels," says the controversial former child actor.
Bridget Phetasy on why Trump and Biden fail to inspire and how new media are reshaping politics.
The Protect My Ballot campaign is out to stop ranked-choice voting.
Club for Growth and FreedomWorks cease supporting the congressman they've showered with awards
"It's doubtful there's a sufficient market for a pro-life/pro-impeachment independent in the district to allow him a path to a sixth term," concludes the Cook Political Report.
Justin Amash Wants To Talk About Process and Love, but His Constituents Want To Talk About Gun Control
Facing his district for the first time since going independent, the libertarian congressman preaches legislative process and constitutional principle to an audience thirsty for gun fixes.
The Michigan congressman is carving a path as an independent unburdened by the two-party system
The Michigan congressman carves a path as an independent unburdened by the two-party system
He says partisan power structures have made government reforms impossible.
There are more forms of hepatitis than there are major parties in America.
Although that assumes that socially liberal and fiscally conservative voters even exist, which they don't, right?
The Starbucks magnate is rich and early enough to buy his way onto ballots, but it's hard for a relative unknown to beat the third-party boomerang effect in a time of centrism-hating polarization.
Plus: Another way the E.U. "right to be forgotten" is risky, and Baltimore cuts back on pot prohibition
Republicans and Democrats hate each other. They love their own power even more.
I Don't Hate Trump Because He Is 'the Average American in Exaggerated Form.' I Dislike Him Because of His Policies and Temperament.
In the name of owning the libs, Yale's David Gelertner smears Americans as venal narcissists who can't agree to disagree.
When everything is politicized, everything becomes a death match. That ain't good.
It's a given that many senators are acting in bad faith. But what about the rest of us?
The former governor cut government's size, scope, and spending in Massachusetts. Now he says he wants to shrink the federal government too.
Stanford political scientist Morris Fiorina says it's media and political elites who live in ideological bubbles, not regular Americans.
"There's a different way....We can change things. We can change the system."
A new paper throws cold water on a poli-sci cliché.
Asked about our biggest problems, the most common answer among young black voters was racism, while Hispanics said immigration, Asians said education, and whites said terrorism/homeland security.
The myth of the Red/Blue nation
Two other national polls put the Libertarian's support at 11% and 8%
Iconic conservative commentator officially joins the ranks of independents
Libertarian is competitive among independents and Millennials in two new polls, while doing his best to date against a rising Jill Stein
Beyond drawing nearly 10%, the Libertarian is disproportionally attracting independents and Millennials, despite low name recognition
'There Are Dumpster Fires In My Town More Popular' Than Clinton or Trump, Complains Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse
"Our Founders didn't want entrenched political parties. So why should we accept this terrible choice?"
Breaking and remaking the party system
Matt Welch talks to The Blaze's Dana Loesch about Donald Trump, political volatility, and the fragile resilience of the two-party system
Conservative GOProud co-founder tells all about Andrew Breitbart, Ann Coulter, and break with Republican Party in new book.