Feb. 10, 2016

By ALEX ALEXIEV The results of the New Hampshire primary are in and they have a number of important indications for the presidential race although no decisive change can be said to have emerged from it. The first and most important of them is the clear rejection by...

Feb. 2, 2016

Note: The next election update will run following the Feb. 9 New Hampshire Primary. BY ALEX ALEXIEV And so the Iowa Caucuses are history and in many ways the presidential race 2016 in both parties is starting anew. The Republican Party – The Republican contest in Iowa...

Jan. 26, 2016

By ALEX ALEXIEV With one week left before the first results from the Iowa caucuses are due, the competition in both parties is heating up significantly. The Republican Party – On the GOP side the race was marked by the first organized effort by republican circles to...

Jan. 18, 2016

By ALEX ALEXIEV With only two weeks left before the first Iowa caucuses, the presidential campaign of both parties have become less civil with heated accusations and personal attacks now the rule rather than the exception. If previous experience with presidential...

January 11, 2016

By ALEX ALEXIEV With only three weeks left before the first primary battles, the Iowa caucuses, the presidential campaigns on both sides are becoming more personalized and rough. The Republican Party – The republican competition was roiled by the not-so-subtle...

January 4, 2016

By ALEX ALEXIEV The Republican Party – The past week in the presidential race was relatively quiet due to the Christmas and New Year’s holidays. GOP front runner, Donald Trump, maintained his lead overall, though Senator Ted Cruz continues to lead the polls in Iowa...