Kristen Soltis Anderson
Articles by Kristen Soltis Anderson
Republicans need to broaden their coalition in order to have a fighting chance.
Women don’t trust anyone in Washington.
Young voters' support for marriage equality doesn't translate into support for abortion.
Conservative women are running nations around the world – so why not here?
As technology moves forward, so too must the way people gather information about public opinion.
The Republican Party needs an ‘all of the above’ approach to its problems.
The question for most isn't whether or not there should be a line demarcating when abortion should and shouldn't be legal, but where it should be drawn.
Expect the friction between educational attainment, debt, and social mobility to take center stage in the policy conversation this coming year.
The Republican Party can be the party of the future, but it has to figure out how to tell its story.