There are signs that at the very least, youth voter turnout will exceed 2014’s rock-bottom 16 percent turnout.
The primaries are over, and it’s looking like we’ll see more women in the U.S. House next year.
McCain was not afraid to speak out against bigotry and injustice when he saw it, even if it wasn’t politically expedient.
Candidates such as Stacey Abrams, Lupe Valdez, and Paulette Jordan are breaking barriers.
Christine Hallquist, Kim Coco Iwamoto, and Alexandra Chandler are just some of the notable transgender women running this year.
Ethan Sonneborn, 14, is officially a Democratic candidate for Vermont’s highest office. Here’s how he got there.
An unprecedented number of women are running for Congress — and the first hurdle that many will face is other women.
It was a year of reckoning for women. But what has really changed in 2017?
Given that Twitter, Facebook, and Google are currently under Congressional scrutiny, this only gives skeptics further fuel.
In 2000, Trump seemed to wholeheartedly support LGBT rights. Throughout his 2016 campaign, the actual extent of his support was less clear.
McCain often was not afraid to speak out against bigotry and injustice when he saw it — even if it might have not have been politically expedient for him to do so.
If she keeps talking about why she lost, some Democrats warn that Clinton risks coming off as divisive and self-interested.
” I caught Michelle Obama’s eye, like, ‘What is going on here?'”
The dance floor move hits the debate stage
Here’s how to tell us about it.
Some gay conservatives were impressed that the candidate has even addressed LGBT issues.
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