Rhodes Cook

author, 'Race for the Presidency'

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Independent political analyst, editor of the Rhodes Cook Letter and author of Race for the Presidency: Winning the 2008 Nomination; former political writer for Congressional Quarterly

Rhodes Cook on KCRW

There will be standing room only for tomorrow's meeting of a group even political junkies never heard of before, the Democrats' Rules and Bylaws Committee.

Democrats to Decide Rules for Michigan, Florida Delegates

There will be standing room only for tomorrow's meeting of a group even political junkies never heard of before, the Democrats' Rules and Bylaws Committee.

from To the Point

John McCain  has wrapped up his party's nomination, but  Hillary Clinton  has bounced back again with a  big win  in Ohio and  a squeaker  in Texas, enough to make sure that she and …

After Ohio and Texas: What's Changed and What's the Same?

John McCain has wrapped up his party's nomination, but Hillary Clinton has bounced back again with a big win in Ohio and a squeaker in Texas, enough to make sure that she and …

from To the Point

As polls open across the country and caucuses get under way, Super Tuesday is shaping up much like a general election, with events moving from East to West.  Rhodes Cook is editor of…

Super Tuesday Comes To a Head

As polls open across the country and caucuses get under way, Super Tuesday is shaping up much like a general election, with events moving from East to West.  Rhodes Cook is editor of…

from To the Point

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