A party without much urban infrastructure starts thinking about the future, from council races on up.
The libertarian from Kentucky has his own plan for how to save Detroit.
In 2012, just 10 counties - out of 3,000 - were responsible for 30 percent of contributions made by individuals to national candidates.
'If You Live Near Other People, You're Probably a Democrat. If Your Neighbors Are Distant, Republican'
The latest evidence of the political influence of density.
For the first time, blacks voted at a higher rate nationally than whites.
There's a decisive break between Democratic and Republican support at a population density of 800 persons/per square mile.
Not all urban areas are bastions of blue. Population, density and education all play a role.
Amtrak posts a record year, California approves high-speed rail, and more.
How politics are inseparable from density, and what this means for Republicans.
Last week's results are very encouraging — but they're actually in line with recent success rates.
The trend over the past decade is clear.
A Cities guide to the very close state-level elections.
America's major cities lean Democratic, but these swing state metropolises could end up playing a deciding role.
As Massachusetts governor, Romney was a believer in smart growth, climate change and mass transit. But the same man may not enter the White House, if he wins.
Hispanic voters could influence the presidential race in key battleground states.
Predicting the outcome of the 2012 election with a highly scientific analysis of wall doodles.
Educated professionals are anchoring a new kind of voting coalition.
The serious economic challenges facing the next three GOP primary states may hurt Romney and help more conservative candidates