Sally Bradshaw

The Most Important Question to Ask Trump Defectors
What will #NeverTrump voters do in down-ballot races?

Trump defectors such as, from left Reps. Robert J. Dold, and Adam Kinzinger, and Sens. Susan Collins, Ben Sasse, and Jeff Flake, are most likely going to vote for other down-ballot GOP nominees, writes Gonzales. (Photos by Tom Williams and Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call File Photos)

“Quitting the Republican Party” is the easiest way to make the news these days, but the stories about Donald Trump defectors don’t go far enough to understand the potential impact on the November elections.

Conservative columnist George Will revealed in late June that he had changed his voter registration to “unaffiliated.”

Meg Whitman Latest High-Profile Republican to Endorse Clinton
Silicon Valley executive pleges to raise money for Democratic nominee

Hewlett Packard Enterprise CEO Meg Whitman, seen here with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie at a campaign event in New Hampshire in February, announced Tuesday that she will help raise money for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. (Matthew Cavanaugh/Getty Images file photo)

Meg Whitman, a Silicon Valley executive and onetime California gubernatorial candidate, on Tuesday joined a growing list of high-profile Republicans to forcefully denounce Donald Trump and declare they will vote for Hillary Clinton in November.  

Calling the Republican presidential nominee a "dishonest demagogue" in a New York Times interview , Whitman said she would throw her weight behind Clinton's campaign, offering a substantial contribution and her services as a fundraiser.