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Behind the Scenes: ‘Surge’ Follows 2018 Wave of Women Candidates
2020 Elections
Behind the Scenes: ‘Surge’ Follows 2018 Wave of Women Candidates

WASHINGTON — In the final days of her 2018 campaign, Lauren Underwood was sitting in a car, looking on her phone at a 1957 picture of a white woman angrily screaming at a young Black woman as she went to... Read More

Behind Closed Doors: How Biden’s Team Weighed the VP Candidates
2020 Elections
Behind Closed Doors: How Biden’s Team Weighed the VP Candidates

WILMINGTON, Del. — The vetting Kamala Harris endured to earn her spot on Joe Biden’s presidential ticket was like none other in recent history. It was at once a public audition and highly secretive. It took sharp turns as the... Read More

Kamala Harris, Nancy Pelosi Could Be First and Second in Line for President. How Did Bay Area Politics Manage That?
In The News
Kamala Harris, Nancy Pelosi Could Be First and Second in Line for President. How Did Bay Area Politics Manage That?

SAN JOSE, Calif. — One is a seasoned politician, long considered one of the most powerful people in Washington. The other is a rising star, a trailblazer accustomed to breaking barriers. Both have deep Bay Area ties. And to many... Read More

Elizabeth Warren’s Long Path From Oklahoma to Harvard
2020 Elections
Elizabeth Warren’s Long Path From Oklahoma to Harvard

WASHINGTON — When Elizabeth Warren first ran for the U.S. Senate from Massachusetts in 2012, her opponent mocked her as a Harvard elitist, addressing her in debates as “Professor,” dripping out the syllables so it sounded more like an epithet... Read More

Gottheimer Applauds Pharmacy Effort to Help Combat Opioid Crisis
Substance Abuse
Gottheimer Applauds Pharmacy Effort to Help Combat Opioid Crisis
2019-08-05 21:46:54
by Dan McCue

Representative Josh Gottheimer, D-N.J., visited a Walgreens pharmacy in Waldwick, New Jersey with Bergen County Sheriff Anthony Cureton to discuss how local communities are addressing the opioid crisis and substance abuse in general. Deaths from drug overdoses in New Jersey... Read More

As North Carolina Special Election Looms, FEC Fails to Reach Consensus On Business Ads
Elections
As North Carolina Special Election Looms, FEC Fails to Reach Consensus On Business Ads
2019-04-11 22:30:30
by Dan McCue

With just days to go before a critical deadline, the Federal Elections Commission on Thursday failed to reach consensus on whether radio ads created by a candidate in North Carolina's upcoming special ninth congressional district election are "electioneering communication" or... Read More

Running While Female: 2020 Presidential Hopefuls Test Differing Strategies
2020 Elections
Running While Female: 2020 Presidential Hopefuls Test Differing Strategies

When Elizabeth Warren launched her 2012 Senate bid in Massachusetts, some Democrats there worried. Another woman had run two years earlier and failed miserably. But Warren ignored warnings that she would be “another Martha Coakley.” Read More

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