If Senators Had Two-Year Terms, How Would the Vote on the Infrastructure Bill Have Come Out?

In my recent NYT piece I noted how the unique and exceptionally short two-year term for members of the House, combined with the prospect of primary elections, dramatically shapes American politics.

In that light, it’s noteworthy how differently Republican Senators… Continue reading

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