The voting is done, but PJM political correspondent Bill Bradley is still busy breaking down the results of this crucial vote. Latest -- The Winners So Far...
This week brings us the Romney-McCain showdown in the Florida GOP primary and key California debates for both parties leading up to next week's incredibly important Super Tuesday. As PJM political analyst Bill Bradley sees it, this year it's going to be a Super Duper Tuesday.
South Carolina's Saturday primary is a must-win for Obama as Clinton campaign pulls out all stops, says PJM Monday Morning Quarterback Bill Bradley Meanwhile, the GOP gears up for next week's big Florida showdown, where Rudy hopes his campaign will (finally) get off the ground against resurgent McCain.
Mitt Romney stays alive, as he handily defeats John McCain in the Michigan primary. Hillary Clinton wins the Democratic vote. Bill Bradley is once more hosting the PJM coverage, keeping up to date with correspondents and contacts on the ground in the Wolverine State. Latest: Debate Prep
A big week ahead, predicts PJM's Monday Morning Quarterback William Bradley featuring Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton's Nevada showdown. On the GOP side, it's John McCain's big opportunity to solidify his new position as frontrunner.
What will the Clinton campaign do next? That's the big question on PJM Monday Morning Quarterback Bill Bradley's mind as Barack Obama continues to surge in polling ahead of tomorrow's big NH primary. As for the Republicans, tomorrow's results will tell if "The Mac is Back." If so, comeback kid John McCain will owe Mike Huckabee a huge debt for the damage he did to Mitt Romney in Iowa.
On the eve of the official start of primary season, with the presidential race wide open in both parties, PJM's political analyst Bill Bradley examines possible scenarios for Iowa, New Hampshire and beyond.
Once upon a time, the "early" Iowa and New Hampshire voting happened in February. With this year's unprecedented January 3rd date, last-minute campaigning - and polling - is happening in holiday season. PJM Monday Morning Quarterback William Bradley describes how this is making everything - and everyone - a little crazy.
A Christmas vacation is out of the question if you want to be president in 2008, writes PJM's political Monday Morning Quarterback William Bradley.
There's no "aura of inevitability" about any of the Democratic or GOP candidates for president as the Iowa caucuses draw closer and the polls get tighter. PJM's Monday Morning Quarterback William Bradley watches the campaigns prepare for their last-ditch scramble.
With several candidates who can win, the GOP race is getting more interesting than the Democratic race, which is mainly a Hillary-Obama affair, writes PJM's Monday Morning Quarterback Bill Bradley.
With all eyes on the upcoming Iowa caucuses, Mitt Romney is going to fight hard this week to regain his lead against surprise late-bloomer Mike Huckabee. Among the Democrats, the Clinton camp has indicated that Hillary is going to hit back at the opponents who have piled on the criticism. PJM's Monday Morning Quarterback William Bradley has the stormy winter political forecast.
All of a sudden it seems as if everybody is attacking somebody. In the Democratic race frontrunners Hillary and Obama are openly trading jabs, and in the more crowded Republican race contenders are lashing out at multiple opponents. PJM's William Bradley looks ahead to a holiday season that isn't going to be about peace and harmony when it comes to politics.
There's not much to give thanks for this week in the presidential race after both the Democratic and Republican contests began mud-slinging, observes PJM's political Monday Morning Quarterback William Bradley, who also discusses why both Democrats and Republicans are calling CNN the Clinton News Network.
Hillary Clinton's status as clear Democratic frontrunner is beginning to fade, as she heads into a dead heat in Iowa and PJM prognosticator William Bradley looks ahead to a week where she'll gamble on restoring her status in a Las Vegas debate. On the Republican side, the problem isn't what Rudy Giuliani and Fred Thompson have done - but what their friends Bernie Kerik and Philip Martin have been up to and how the candidates deal with it.
Pass the Tylenol - this week the presidential hopeful will have to deal with their individual aches and pains - Fred Thompson has to cope with top aide's drug-dealing past, Hillary with a scathing Saturday Night Live skit. But PJM's William Bradley predicts the biggest headache of all will be geopolitical - each candidate is going to have to clarify what to do about Pakistan.
PJM's Monday Morning Quarterback William Bradley looks ahead to the coming week in politics, where he expects the Democratic pack to finally remove the gloves when it comes to Hillary Clinton and hit the front-runner harder, while the GOP continue to squabble over who is the real conservative.
The knives are coming out in both the Democratic and Republican presidential races, reports PJM prognosticator William Bradley, who foresees a week marked by increasingly harsh attacks, scrutiny of campaign finances, and the big shadow cast by Al Gore's Nobel prize.
Anticipating Fred Thompson's first debate next Tuesday, PJM political analyst Bill Bradley looks at the Republican race "in a state of quiet semi-tumult," among other reasons, because the Republican candidates are being outrun in fundraising by the Democrats. Also, how the Blackwater controversy affects both Bush and Hillary.
PJM political analyst Bill Bradley looks at how the leading candidates for both parties are doing in the money front.
PJM political analyst Bill Bradley looks at the week ahead, when Rudy Giuliani hopes that unwelcome visitor Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will help him fend off Romney and Thompson by focusing attention on New York City and the ongoing terror threat.
Will McCain continue his comeback? Will Rudy continue to slam Hillary? Will Obama stick with his decision to skip pointless debates? Whatever happens this week in politics, William Bradley says one thing won't change - what happens in Iraq will continue to dominate the campaign.
PJM political analyst Bill Bradley watched Fred Thompson announcing last night at Jay Leno that he's in the race for the White House. He ponders his chances and how the celebrity card will play on his behalf.
The Bill and Hillary show hits Iowa this week, and the Fred Thompson campaign finally, finally is kicked off. But the most important events this week will be less flashy. PJM's Bill Bradley explains that it all has to do with whether the Democratic and Republican national organizations can get their "rogue states" to stop moving their primary dates earlier.
In a relaxed week before Labor Day weekend, PJM political columnist Bill Bradley looks at the main development areas in the White House race: the war in Iraq, the timing of the primaries, and Fred Thompson's possible announcement.