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Franken Resignation Casts Long Shadow on Keith Ellison
Democrats, especially in Minnesota, don’t want Ellison to suffer Franken’s fate, but also don’t want a double standard.
year of the democratic woman
GOP’s Fate in the Midterms Is in the Hands of Women
College-educated and minority women are trending Democratic at potentially historic levels. If white working-class women begin to join them, look out!
Vermont’s Christine Hallquist Wins Primary, Could Be First Transgender Governor
Hallquist won Vermont’s Democratic gubernatorial primary on Tuesday, and will now face GOP incumbent Phil Scott, whose popularity just took a dive.
Please Enjoy the Chillest Campaign Ad You’ve Ever Seen
In which Hawaii congressional candidate and Democratic Socialist Kaniela Ing strums a ukulele and explains the tenets of his platform.
Exclusive: Cynthia Nixon and Zephyr Teachout to Announce Dual Endorsement
“New York State should be the living counterexample to Donald Trump’s America.”
Why’s Everyone Suddenly Talking About Bigfoot Erotica?
The 2018 midterm elections have taken an unexpected turn.
Knocking on Doors With Julia Salazar, the Next DSA Candidate Hoping for an Upset
Like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Salazar is a 20-something Latina Democratic Socialists of America member taking on a centrist Boomer Democrat.
Why Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Victory Is a Big Deal
And why we’re so excited for her win.
Stacey Vs. Stacey: Inside Georgia’s Strangely Pivotal Governor’s Race
The dueling Democratic primary candidates agree on this: Sometimes they wish they had different first names.
Steve Bannon Is Rightfully Terrified by the Power of Oprah
Aren’t we all?
6 Things to Know About Doug Jones
The Alabama Democrat who defeated Roy Moore is pro-choice, pro LGBTQ rights, and had never run for office before.
Katie Van Syckle
early and often
Doug Jones’s Victory Shows Why Democrats Must Compete Everywhere
And “you never know when a Republican candidate will turn out to be a sex criminal” isn’t the only reason.
An Ironworker With a Great Mustache Is Coming for Paul Ryan’s House Seat
Ryan has routinely won landslides in his purple district. Randy Bryce’s incredible new campaign ad suggests that could change that.