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Democrats Vote to Strip Power From Superdelegates, Reform Caucuses
Following the contentious 2016 primaries, the DNC embraced the biggest reforms to its presidential nomination process since the 1980s.
Elizabeth Warren Treating Bernie Sanders As the Leader of the Democratic Party
Warren’s comments about the 2016 primaries being “rigged” weren’t as provocative as her assertion that the party owes Sanders deference going forward.
Will We Abandon Women’s Rights in the Name of Progressive Politics?
The American left is flirting with a depressingly retro future.
The Socialist Takeover of the Democratic Party Is Proceeding Nicely
Centrist Democrats used to distance themselves from the left ahead of their presidential runs. Now, Booker and Cuomo are doing the opposite.
In the DNC Race, the Democratic Establishment Seems to Have Preempted the Left
It’s the same strategy the GOP used with the tea party.
Tom Perez Edges Keith Ellison for DNC Chair
The Establishment candidate narrowly defeated the insurgent favorite of Sanders campaign veterans, then began to immediately seek party unity.
Tom Perez Gains Ground in Race for DNC Chair
South Carolina Democratic Party chair Jaime Harrison has dropped out and endorsed the former Labor secretary.
Tom Perez Scores an Own Goal in DNC Contest
The candidate of the Clinton-Obama camp seemed to be agreeing with Sanders supporters that the 2016 primaries were “rigged.” Bad idea.
Democrats Shouldn’t Let the Race for DNC Chair Be a Battle for the Party’s Soul
Democrats need to find an engineer ready to rebuild the party infrastructure and let others worry about ideology and messaging.
Meet Obama’s Latest Controversial Cabinet Nominee
Prepare to be grilled, Tom Perez.