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The DCCC seems to have little interest in 2020 in revisiting its assessment of candidates who almost won in 2018, despite having no party support.
The corporate group Third Way is borderline giddy that a progressive Democrat may lose her House race.
Her new leadership PAC, Courage to Change, announced a suite of new endorsements, including one that could tip the balance in Texas.
“The Democratic and Republican parties are commercial enterprises and they’re very much interested in their own survival.”
Grassroots Analytics exploits an ambiguity in campaign finance law, which is whether the company has in fact “obtained” information from FEC reports.
Industry groups are reprising an old strategy to take down new enthusiasm for universal health care.
Vitória menor do que o esperado deve exacerbar as tensões internas dos democratas, divididos entre suas alas progressistas e centristas.
The failure to deliver a knockout blow to Trump will exacerbate tensions within the Democratic Party, torn between its progressive and centrist wings.
A corporate-backed Super PAC selectively edited a 3-year-old interview with a Democratic candidate for an Illinois House seat.
Rep. Mike Capuano is facing a Democratic primary challenge from Boston City Councillor Ayanna Pressley.