The party’s new left has put forward the most transformative economic proposal since the Roosevelt era.
Good campaigns can lose. Bad campaigns can win.
The midterm elections on Tuesday swept a record number of women and ethnic minorities into elected office.
The Cathouse star and owner of the Moonlite Bunny Ranch brothel won by a comfortable margin despite having passed away in October.
Amendment 4 – which passed on Tuesday – gives more than a million people with former felony convictions back the right to vote.
The party won big where it went left and where it fielded women, people of colour and, above all, people of principle.
The Senate remains in Republican hands, but only their unrealistic expectations gave the Democrats reasons to mourn.
Polling indicates that the majority of midterm voters see their vote as a yes or no for the president, and the fight over Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination played a big role.
The odds are good for Democrats running for Congress, but who still trusts the polls?
Democratic challengers are still facing the perennial question: will they have convinced enough traditional non-voters to cast their ballot?
On Tuesday, America goes to the polls for the first nationwide election since 2016. Will there be a Blue Wave, or will it be a blowout? Here are the key things to watch out for.