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If nothing else, the third Democratic presidential primary debate showed just how far Democrats’ consensus has shifted.
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It’s unlikely to be a vote-winner for the 2020 candidate, but it’s started a conversation that’s long overdue.
The popular Ohio senator, who just ruled himself out of the primary, could be an election-winning vice-presidential nominee – but it would hand his seat over to the GOP.
What the left-wing Massachusetts senator’s anti-big money stance tells us about the power and limits of small donations.
Sanders should step back and throw his weight behind the candidate he believes will best advance his legacy.
In a forceful yet measured address Abrams sought common ground with all Americans, bar Trump.
The legal troubles faced by Trump’s former fixer Michael Cohen could soon come to haunt Trump too.
Republican efforts to thwart Wisconsin’s incoming Democratic governor point to an alarming lack of respect for democratic norms.
As of this morning, Brian Kemp was leading by about 75,000 votes in the gubernatorial race. Between January and August this year, he cancelled more than 85,000 voter registrations.
Good campaigns can lose. Bad campaigns can win.