The Democratic Governors Association will announce today that it raised more than $100 million for the 2018 midterm cycle, with $22.2 million of it coming in September — the largest haul ever for an o…
In this edition: Very special candidates, money in all the right places, must-win races that Democrats aren’t winning, and a way-too-early 2020 assessment.
In this edition: Five lessons from debate season, Bernie Sanders and his discontents, and the Kavanaugh conundrum for Tennessee (and West Virginia) Democrats.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Phil Bredesen, the Democratic nominee in a competitive race for the U.S. Senate here, told reporters that he would not block future nominees for the Supreme Court if his party held…
In this edition: The party of Medicare, the persistence of Trump in blue states, the legal marijuana boom, and the Chapo vote.
In this issue: Democrats rediscover Iowa, people start voting in the midterms, House candidates ignore Kavanaugh, and red districts turn pink not blue.
Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) speaks to Iowa Democrats in wake of court fight.
In this edition: The new rules of scandal, the rise of “liberal smears,” the gap that dare not speak its name, and the people who want a more accountable swamp.
In this edition: Democrats piling up donations, single-payer future shock, Heidary Clintkamp, and the eternal search for the Democratic Party’s future.
Republicans are pulling money out of races in districts won by Hillary Clinton to spend it in more GOP-heavy areas, a sign of triage that suggests Democratic advantages across the suburbs.
In this edition: Ellison, Polis and Cárdenas; Newsom and the gas tax; the Tea Party time warp; Kavanaugh in other races.
In this edition: The Kavanaugh problem for red state Democrats, Rick Scott hitting red tides in Florida, health-care double-talk, and how to Be A Hero.
In this edition: Kavanaugh, Kavanaugh, Kavanaugh; Cruz’s tweet; blue tides in Iowa; Rick Scott stuck in the algae.
In this edition: a victory for Texas Republicans, a new GOP ad buy in Trump country, a surprising poll in Minnesota, and an interview with the man who wants to put Democrats in charge of the states again.
In this edition: Kavanaugh slogs, Democrats win the primaries, Kathy Griffin re-emerges in attack ads, Mike Bloomberg misses Charlie Rose.
The attacks are audacious but not new.
Contractors accuse No Labels of dumping them to benefit Mark Penn.
The two-term governor is favored over activist Cynthia Nixon, but his Albany allies down the ballot face stiffer liberal challenges.