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Texas Primary Roundup: Democratic Turnout Shows Progress, But No Revolution
Many contests won’t be resolved until a May runoff, but some upsets enlivened 2018’s first statewide election.
Kansas Democrat Is First Female Political Casualty of the ‘Reckoning’
An old company settlement with a man alleging sexual harassment brought down the promising congressional candidacy of Andrea Ramsey.
It’s Too Early for Democrats to Freak Out Over Fundraising
While the DNC is struggling to keep up with the RNC in fundraising, other sources of campaign financing are more balanced, and it’s very early yet.
Democrats Don’t Need a Litmus Test on Abortion, But Do Need to Respect Women
The problem with arguments against a Democratic litmus test on abortion is the habit of disrespectfully treating reproductive rights as disposable.
Georgia’s Election on Track to Become Most Expensive House Race Ever
The candidates have spent $14 million so far and heavy punches aren’t even being thrown yet.
DCCC Apologizes to Adelson
DCCC to Unleash $32 Million Worth of Ads Against 26 GOP Incumbents
The ads are coming.
Democrats Want to Make John Boehner Cry Again