Justin Miller is a staff writer for the Texas Observer, where he covers politics. He previously worked for The American Prospect in Washington, D.C. His work has also been published in The Intercept, The New Republic, and In These Times.
John Cornyn Has Mastered the Art of Political Subservience. As Texas Inches Left, His Fate Hangs in the Balance.
A student of Karl Rove, the Texas senator has been a loyal partisan, first to the GOP establishment and now to Trump. Will that hurt his chances in 2020?
An Insurgent Campaign Is Targeting the Very Heart of the Chicago Democratic Machine — and Just Might Win
Chicago progressives have put their weight behind Fritz Kaegi, a retired mutual fund manager who wants to reform the city’s skewed property tax system.
Michigan Governor Unleashes “Citizens United on Steroids”
It’s part of an agenda to tip the playing field in one direction.