Will the Least Popular Governors Hurt Their Parties in November?

Many lawmakers up for re-election are distancing themselves from their unpopular executive leader. But that may not be enough to win.

Governors Refuse to Stay on Sidelines for Legislative Races

Several Republican governors have actively campaigned against lawmakers in their own party this year -- in most cases, only to see their efforts backfire.

50 Battleground Counties to Watch

These are the districts in each competitive state that could decide November's presidential election.

Unhappy With Results, Maine May Be First State to Adopt a Whole New Way of Voting

Most of the state's governors over the past 40 years weren't elected by a majority. Now voters have the option to switch to a new method of electing their leaders.

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