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GAI | November 16, 2018
Matt, Mark, Josh, and special guest Jonathan Bernstein discuss the results of the election, the brewing Speakership intrigue in the Democratic party, the lame duck session, and some prospects for the 116th Congress.
GAI | November 1, 2018
Matt, Laura, and Josh discuss the upcoming congressional elections.
Josh Huder | November 1, 2018
November is a beautiful month of transition. The air is cooler. The leaves are turning. And because it’s an even-numbered year, the change is particularly jarring on Capitol Hill. Appropriators are wrapping up their business while Americans are electing a new Congress. The confluence of elections and appropriations in November is fitting because the election
Kristin Nicholson | November 1, 2018
Dear Friends, With less than a week to go before the midterm elections, Congress is on an extended recess and attention has shifted to a slew of consequential match-ups that will determine the political landscape not only in Congress, but in state houses across the country. We are, of course, watching it all with intense