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Tom Steyer Isn’t Ready to Give Up on Impeachment The billionaire Democratic megadonor is still trying to win over whomever he can.
Why Pelosi’s Anti-Impeachment Stand Makes Sense Without a massive public opinion shift, initiating impeachment proceedings will just inflame Republicans and mislead Democrats.
Is the 2020 Dem Presidential Field Finally Shrinking Rather Than Expanding? Tom Steyer’s withdrawal is a good sign that everybody in America isn’t running to face Donald Trump.
Kamala Harris Updates Obama’s Winning Strategy for 2020 Twelve years after Obama’s breakthrough, it’s unclear Harris can emulate it given a giant field and polarized politics.
Progressive Andrew Gillum Wins Florida Democratic Gubernatorial Primary in Upset Bernie Sanders–endorsed Gillum, who hopes to be Florida’s first black governor, will face Trump pick Ron DeSantis in a high-stakes general election.
Bloomberg to Spend $80 Million to Help Democrats in the Midterms Properly concentrated, Bloomberg’s big bucks could make a big difference in suburban swing districts in November.
How the Democrats’ Biggest Donor Is Playing Into Trump’s Hands Party leaders are worried that Tom Steyer’s impeachment obsession might cost them Congress. And Republicans seem happy to have the conversation.
Wisconsin’s Supreme Court Election Is Going To Be A Barnburner In a closely divided and intensely partisan state, this judicial election will be among other things a tune-up for November.
Feinstein Is Vulnerable Next Year, But California Republicans Are in Danger California’s “Top Two” election is just months away, and while Republicans are struggling to survive, Tom Steyer could be formidable if he runs.
Billionaire Democrat Launches TV Ads Pushing to Impeach Trump The first ad asks viewers to “demand that elected officials take a stand on impeachment.”
Democrats’ Biggest Donor Demands Candidates Pledge to Impeach Trump Tom Steyer’s litmus test could be the opening shot in the billionaire’s rumored campaign to capture Dianne Feinstein’s Senate seat.
Early 2020 California Primary Could Affect Republicans, Too While most of the buzz about California’s move to a March 2020 primary has focused on natives and on Democrats, it could affect Donald Trump as well.
Democrats May Run Their Own Eccentric Billionaires in 2018 Inspired by Trump’s example — and the weakness of the Democrats’ bench — a trio of liberal mega-donors are contemplating runs for governor.
AFL-CIO Split Over Tom Steyer’s Green Cash Billionaire Tom Steyer has agreed to contribute $5 million to the AFL-CIO’s pro-Democrat super-pac. But he opposes the Keystone Pipeline, so some unions don’t want to take his filthy, clean-energy-loving money.