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Stacey Abrams Won’t Be Biden’s VP: ‘You Don’t Run for Second Place.’
But Abrams didn’t reject the idea of becoming a nominee’s running mate later on.
The Stunning Moment When Ayanna Pressley Realized She Won Her Primary
Her surprising win will likely make her the first black congresswoman from Massachusetts.
Rep. Ellison on Domestic-Violence Allegations: ‘I Have Never Behaved This Way’
Karen Monahan alleged that Ellison was abusive toward her during the relationship, which ended in 2016.
Opheli Garcia Lawler
Cynthia Nixon Is Serious About Her Candidacy. You Should Be Too.
She’s already won by moving the governor to the left. And she’s beginning to think she just might win the whole thing.
women in politics
The Surprising Way the Trump Campaign Is Helping Democratic Women
Democratic women running for office say they’ve seen an uptick in support thanks to Trump.
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Elizabeth Warren Endorses Clinton, Calls Trump a ‘Thin-Skinned, Racist Bully’
“I am ready to get in this fight and work my heart out for Hillary Clinton.”
Hillary Clinton Just Shattered the ‘Highest, Hardest Glass Ceiling’
She’s the first woman ever to head the ticket for a major U.S. political party.
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Hillary Clinton Is Now the Presumptive Democratic Nominee
She just made history as the first woman to head the ticket of a major U.S. political party.
Hillary Clinton Will Talk to Bernie Sanders ‘When He’s Ready to Talk’
She’s taking the high road.
Democrats Are Counting on Elizabeth Warren to Clean Up Their Mess
They’re hoping she’ll act as a peacemaker to unify the party.
Warren Won’t Rule Out Becoming Clinton’s VP
But right now she’s focused on her job in the Senate.
The Debate Showed the Democrats at Their Best
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders were knowledgeable, funny, and lightyears ahead of their GOP counterparts.