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Andrew Solender

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Recent:
  • Axios
Past:
  • Forbes
  • The Vassar Political Review
  • City & State

Recent articles by Andrew:

Trump endorsements fizzle in Georgia

Georgia was ground zero for Trump's efforts to overturn the 2020 election. → Read More

Democrats' early redistricting wins unravel as midterm fears deepen

The party was already at a huge disadvantage for the midterms. → Read More

More bombshells for Jan. 6 committee before June hearings

The guidance followed Thursday's subpoenas to five GOP members including House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy. → Read More

GOP panics over ‘ultra-MAGA’ Pennsylvania Senate wild card Kathy Barnette

Mitch McConnell has been fixated on ensuring the 2022 midterms are not a repeat of the 2012 or 2010 cycles. → Read More

Jan. 6 panel seeks info from three GOP House members

The panel sent letters to Reps. Andy Biggs, Mo Brooks and Ronny Jackson. → Read More

Dems start punching back against GOP’s “culture war” attacks

The barrage of "culture war" messaging is working, and Democrats now realize they can no longer ignore it. → Read More

House Republicans plot to impeach Mayorkas

The Republican Study Committee is laying groundwork to impeach Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. → Read More

House GOP sets its sights on midterm races in Biden country

Republicans have already seized a lead in generic congressional ballot polling. → Read More

McConnell pressed on contradiction with Trump and moral red lines

McConnell had not previously been pressed on the contradiction. → Read More

Vulnerable Democrats eye GOP transit mask repeal

Democrats, especially some facing re-election, are distancing themselves from pro-mask policies. → Read More

The GOP’s untouchables: Marjorie Taylor Greene and Paul Gosar

Greene and Gosar are safe in the knowledge that there's nothing left for leadership to take from them. → Read More

Pelosi is the GOP’s 2022 bogeywoman

This may be the GOP's last opportunity to capitalize on the presence of Pelosi. → Read More

Electoral act reform picks up growing bipartisan support

The idea has now garnered support from some of the most conservative lawmakers, as well as leading House Dems. → Read More

GOP gives unemployment checks to unvaxxed that defied Biden mandate

No matter how successful their individual efforts, the campaign is a powerful messaging weapon. → Read More

GOP fumes about delayed bipartisan bill, wavers on support

Key moderates are wavering over whether to back the $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill. → Read More

Activists Confront Sinema Throughout Arizona As Progressive Tensions Grow

Sinema and Manchin have both been targeted by demonstrators in recent weeks over their recalcitrance on Biden’s agenda. → Read More

Infrastructure Month? Congressional Leaders Set October Deadline For Spending Bills

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said his goal is to get both the infrastructure and reconciliation bills done “in the next month.” → Read More

‘Pandora Papers’: Trove Of Documents Reportedly Sheds New Light On Billionaires’ Offshore Accounts

Big names in the papers include Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and Forbes billionaire list member Robert F. Smith. → Read More

‘People Will Be Disappointed’: Top Democrats Concede $3.5 Trillion Budget Bill Will Shrink

Progressive Rep. Pramila Jayapal said bluntly that moderate Sen. Joe Manchin’s proposed $1.5 trillion price tag is “not going to happen.” → Read More

‘All Bets Are Off’: Republicans Walk Back Support For Infrastructure Bill After Biden Ties It To Social Spending Package

Rep. Don Bacon has gone from backing the bill to undecided, and he spoke to several previously supportive colleagues who are “absolute ‘no.’” → Read More