By Sean Lengell | 08/18/14 10:30 PM
Vermont's Sen. James Jeffords, who died Monday, hardly was the first high-profile political figure to forsake his party.
By Mark Tapscott | 08/18/14 08:19 AM
Minorities and millennials were the core of President Obama's 2008 and 2012 election victories, and, according to conventional political wisdom, will continue to be the twin anchors of the Democratic Party for the foreseeable future.
By Rebecca Berg | 08/15/14 04:35 PM
As President Obama considers using his executive authority to address border security, his own party's Senate candidates worry about how it will affect the midterm elections.
By Washington Examiner | 08/14/14 05:11 PM
Those in charge of running the Postal Service have had their hands tied for decades by short-sighted politicians and a powerful government employee union.
By Steve Doty | 08/14/14 02:03 PM
Hosting a party's convention is an economic shot in the arm for any city, but what does it mean for the political party's chances in that state?
By Betsy Woodruff | 08/13/14 11:48 AM
Though they roundly reject the conservatives' policy views, some of the state's progressives hope to use similar grassroots tactics to gain clout, oust incumbents and affect the Democratic Party's nominations.
By Mark Tapscott | 08/13/14 09:21 AM
"African-American staffers on Democratic campaigns were paid 70 cents for each dollar their white counterparts made. For Hispanic staffers in Democratic campaigns, the figure was 68 cents on the dollar," a Daily Beast report stated.
By David Limbaugh | 08/12/14 05:30 PM
President Obama blames extreme and reality-challenged politicians for government's failures. He's right, but the problem isn't Republicans.
By Paul Bedard | 08/12/14 07:56 AM
President Obama and conservative rival Sen. Ted Cruz have something in common, it turns out. "There are times where Democrats," the president told Democratic donors on Martha's Vineyard Monday night, "drive me nuts."
By Washington Examiner | 08/10/14 01:16 PM
Most Democrats are prisoners of a narrow special-interest agenda of constantly growing government budgets, regulation and taxing.
08/10/14 09:25 AM
Hawaii Gov. Neil Abercrombie was unseated in a stunning primary-election defeat Saturday after a fellow Democrat, state Sen. David Ige, easily coasted to victory on his promise to bring a less combative leadership style in a race that divided Democrats.
By Rebecca Berg | 08/07/14 01:31 PM
In a high-stakes midterm election year, with just 18 months until Iowa holds its caucuses to help decide each party's nominee for president, Paul DiNino is "desperate" to find would-be Democratic presidential candidates to visit Iowa.
By Steve Doty | 08/07/14 10:33 AM
A new poll released this week shows Democrats gaining in the race for governor while pulling further ahead in the race for the state's open Senate seat.
08/07/14 05:45 AM
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Democrats in and around Richmond and Petersburg are set to pick a nominee to replace former state Sen. Henry Marsh. Party members can vote Saturday at several polling locations throughout the 16th Senate District from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Running for the Democratic nomination...
By Becket Adams | 08/05/14 07:13 PM
Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Ala., is not backing away from his earlier claim that the Democratic Party is waging a “war on whites,” accusing his opponents on Tuesday of intentionally stoking racial tensions in the U.S. Brooks told NewsmaxTV's Steve Malzberg on Tuesday that the Democratic Party is...
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