Steven Yaccino is a reporter for Bloomberg Politics. He previously worked in the Chicago Bureau of the New York Times, where he covered the Midwest and Great Plains region.
The group is spending at least $725,000 to air the ad in Ohio.
The debt crisis has driven many Puerto Ricans to Central Florida—and changed the landscape of the archetypal battleground state.
In states like Arizona, New Hampshire, and Ohio, voters who can't abide the top of the GOP ticket but support it down-ballot may decide who occupies the White House—and controls the Senate.
Trump’s schizophrenia on defense (along with a few other problems) is putting people with a military connection in play as never before. Can Clinton make inroads along the Eastern front?
How third parties could change the electoral map.
In New Hampshire, Wisconsin, and other northern states, the Democratic nominee still has to close the deal with Bernie Sanders holdouts.
Early voting has transformed political campaigning. Here’s how it may play out in Iowa, Nevada, and North Carolina.
Trump’s best shot at the Oval Office is to convert white, working-class Democratic men in places like Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Michigan. But the arithmetic works better in some states than others.
A primer on the concepts and tactics political strategists use to compete—and how this project was created.
As their candidate prepares to speak to Trump's convention, Cruz campaign manager Jeff Roe and his team have already built an operation to carry them into 2020.
The long-shot movement's leaders say they have no single person in mind to replace the billionaire at next month's national convention, but that doesn't mean names aren't being discussed.
In the interest of unity and fairness, a small group of crucial voters are staying on the sideline until more votes are cast.
In states like Alaska, Oregon, and Massachusetts, independents are trying to turn the Trump and Sanders argument to their own advantage.
In the run-up to the GOP convention, the Trump and Cruz campaigns will be looking for reasons to send opposing delegates home.
In the Keystone State, delegates are on the ballot, too.
Fox News' chief political anchor discusses the challenges of moderating a Republican presidential brawl.
Republican candidates crisscross the states ahead of Tuesday's primaries and caucuses, but it remains to be seen whether Trump's momentum can be braked.
The alliance supporting the Texas senator, separate but collaborating, may be the future of super-PACs—but this year, that may not make a difference.
“I agree 100 percent with the courts,” Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump says on “Fox & Friends.” “We have to open it up and we have to use our heads,” Trump says “We have to use common sense” “To think that Apple won’t allow us to get into her cell phone -- who do they think they are?” “We should find out what happened, why it happened, and maybe there’s other people involved and we have to do that” Related story: Apple Opposes Order to Unlock San Bernardino Shooter’s iPhone
The Vermont senator offers a hopeful vision of what the country can become under his leadership.
It's not necessarily about getting the most votes.
Super-PACs supporting the two establishment candidates traded negative ads this week.
It could be the last stand of the stop-Trump forces.
Allies see the Palmetto State as key to the senator's chances of winning the nomination.
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson is planning to release another rap ad next week, following one the campaign released Thursday in several southern markets, an aide said.
Doubts are intensifying after a series of high-profile misfires around the world in the past year, notably in Greece, Israel and the UK.
New Day for America plans to spend big on the ad in New Hampshire in the coming weeks.
Can the Midwestern state help bolster the prospects for the presidential hopefuls with actual government experience?
Ben Carson, clarifying his stance on abortion, told Bloomberg Politics he wouldn’t support law that provides exceptions in cases of rape, incest. “No, I believe that life starts at conception,” he said, answering question as he toured Iowa State Fair “And I’ve talked about things that can be done to prevent conception from occurring” NOTE: 8/12 Trump in Lead, Carson 2nd in Iowa GOP Race: CNN/ORC Poll
The Ohio governor may be counting on a post-announcement boost to vault him into the Republican presidential debate. Will it be enough?
A short film produced by a 527 supporting the Ohio governor tries to convince voters the crowded Republican field needs one more presidential candidate.
Fox News and CNN are using national polls to limit the debate stage to 10 candidates. Methodologically, they might as well be drawing straws.
The primary calendar begins to emerge
And in North Carolina and Nevada, conservatives and libertarians are trying to keep the establishment at bay.
The party's presidential hopefuls have been slower to evolve on the issue than the American public.
The Republican is gaining senior-level advisers in the areas of health care, economics, and foreign policy, a person familiar with the plans says.
Presidential candidates like to talk about leadership, but who do they follow? Bloomberg Politics analyzed the Twitter accounts of Republicans eying the White House for clues about their (or their aides') political influences, personal interests, and Internet savvy.
Just the facts: How the two likely presidential candidates managed their communications.
Ethanol advocates say Republican speeches on Saturday could make or break candidates' chances in the Hawkeye State.
The retired neurosurgeon did his best, but came away with more questions than answers.
Not every prospective GOP candidate feels the same way about vaccinations.
Data from the Des Moines Register shows which candidates have been hitting ground early and often in the Hawkeye State.
The ESPN anchor died Sunday.
Little has ever come of challenges to the top House Republican, but Ted Yoho and Louie Gohmert will give it a shot.
What does the former governor's inbox say about a 2016 media strategy?
The former Florida governor would start his bid for the White House with a comfortable head start, according to the survey.
President Obama and Republicans in Washington disagree about the definition of digital warfare.
While Americans increasingly favor ending the Cuba embargo, standing behind it gives the 2016 presidential hopeful time in the spotlight.
The former governor of Florida says transparency is an important “part of serving or running.”
The former president and vice president have criticized the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence's report on CIA interrogation methods. How they're doing it couldn't be more different.
More than any other possible 2016 presidential candidate, the senator from Kentucky is ready for Hillary bashing.
Two presidents weigh in on race relations in America.
To read the e-mails that flood peoples' inboxes, the Democratic party is in desperate need of saving. Californian Wendy Fleet heard the call, and answered, some 400 times (never giving more than $5). And she's not stopping.
How fear of conservative challengers helped lead to four extra weeks on the trail.
Just when it seemed there was unanimous consent about a Clinton White House bid, even doubts are getting debunked.
The former New York mayor stood by his assertion that African Americans bear the responsibility for the violence plaguing communities like Ferguson, Missouri.
Russian's leader considers a fourth and, perhaps, final term.
The president recalled a "storied, at times tumultuous life and career."
The senator from South Carolina is frustrated with both his party and the president over immigration. And he's still considering a White House bid.
President Obama's forthcoming immigration orders have dampened the mood at the Republican Governor's Association conference.