Articles by Milligan, Susan
No candidate, however established, can take voters for granted.
Frank ran campaign ads in which he presented himself as a nice, affable guy from New Jersey. He is not.
O'Donnell reminds voters why they didn't elect her
In Congress, bad behavior pays.
Attack ads conflate real criticisms with absurd, over the top ones.
It will be fascinating to see how attached to the filibuster and other dilatory tactics the GOP will be after next week’s elections.
Dems fret over next week; Republicans are gleeful. But the changes won’t really be about policy.
The country and communities the Tea Party activists have romanticized don’t exist anymore.
A dangerous game is being played in the campaign for Massachusetts’s 10th District congressional seat.
It’s either politics, or deep down Mrs. Thomas needs the reassurance of a confession from Anita Hill.