Democrats Delay Nominating Convention Until Week of Aug. 17
In The News
Democrats Delay Nominating Convention Until Week of Aug. 17
2020-04-02 18:58:12
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - The Democratic National Committee announced Thursday that it will delay its presidential nominating convention until the week of Aug. 17, citing the uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus pandemic and how long it will last. “In our current climate of... Read More

House Democrats Propose Sweeping Infrastructure Revitalization for Next Stimulus
Infrastructure
House Democrats Propose Sweeping Infrastructure Revitalization for Next Stimulus
2020-04-01 18:51:06
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - House Democrats unveiled a wide-ranging and ambitious plan Wednesday to significantly make over the nation's infrastructure while also tamping down on the economic distress caused by the coronavirus outbreak. “We need to invest in our infrastructure to address... Read More

Wisconsin Republicans Oppose Voting Changes Sought Due to Virus Outbreak
State News
Wisconsin Republicans Oppose Voting Changes Sought Due to Virus Outbreak
2020-03-20 12:58:49
by Dan McCue

The leaders of Wisconsin's Republican-controlled legislature told a federal judge Thursday they are opposed to a request by Democrats to amend absentee and online primary rules in light of the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. The state Democratic Party and the Democratic... Read More

Democrats Would Do Well to Acknowledge Differences in Blue Wall Counties in 2020
2020 Elections
Democrats Would Do Well to Acknowledge Differences in Blue Wall Counties in 2020
2020-03-13 14:52:33
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - Blue Wall counties that flipped to Trump in 2016 were smaller, had a less skilled workforce, and had fewer businesses than their safe blue neighbors, but most importantly, they were all predisposed to struggle in the face of... Read More

As Redistricting Approaches, Democrats Boost National Fundraising for State Legislatures
State News
As Redistricting Approaches, Democrats Boost National Fundraising for State Legislatures

WASHINGTON — After nearly a decade of virtually ceding state legislative races to Republicans, the Democratic Party organization dedicated to winning those seats and other allied groups nationally are ramping up fundraising in a bid to win control of state... Read More

Democrats Rally Behind Biden to Stop Sanders on Super Tuesday
2020 Elections
Democrats Rally Behind Biden to Stop Sanders on Super Tuesday

Joe Biden fastened his grip on the establishment wing of his party Monday as prominent Democrats rallied behind the former vice president in an accelerating effort to thwart Bernie Sanders on the eve of the presidential campaign’s biggest and most... Read More

Silver State Lining in Iowa Debacle? Nevada Democrats Want to Be First Next Time
Political News
Silver State Lining in Iowa Debacle? Nevada Democrats Want to Be First Next Time

PAHRUMP, Nev. — Iowa Democrats’ disastrous delay in announcing results from the Feb. 3 caucuses could turn out to be an opportunity for Nevada — but only if the more diverse Silver State can smoothly count its own votes this... Read More

Democrats Court Diverse Voters in Nevada
2020 Elections
Democrats Court Diverse Voters in Nevada

LAS VEGAS — Lisa Rosario describes herself as a political junkie. But she still hasn’t decided who she will support in the Democratic presidential contest. “It’s gut-wrenching because this to me is one of the most important votes that we’ve... Read More

Blue Dog Coalition Celebrates 25th Anniversary
Political News
Blue Dog Coalition Celebrates 25th Anniversary
2020-02-14 18:42:37
by TWN Staff

WASHINGTON - It was 25 years ago Friday that 23 members of the House Democratic Caucus held a press conference to announce the formation of the Blue Dog Coalition, a caucus of pragmatic Democrats dedicated to fiscal responsibility and ensuring... Read More

‘This Isn’t Going to Be Easy’: 2020 Democrats Brace for Super Tuesday Delegate Slog
2020 Elections
‘This Isn’t Going to Be Easy’: 2020 Democrats Brace for Super Tuesday Delegate Slog

WASHINGTON — For the last month, the Democratic presidential candidates have had a straightforward task: Campaign heavily in the small, overwhelmingly white states of Iowa and New Hampshire, and hope to emerge with momentum. Things are about to get a... Read More

2020ers Look to Super Tuesday Even as 2 Other States Loom
2020 Elections
2020ers Look to Super Tuesday Even as 2 Other States Loom

WASHINGTON (AP) — Nevada votes next and then South Carolina. But top Democrats vying for their party's presidential nomination are already looking ahead to the biggest prize on the primary calendar: Super Tuesday, the slate of contests when more than... Read More

Most Reasonable Path to Senate Flip Is Trouncing of Trump, Think Tank Says
Think Tanks
Most Reasonable Path to Senate Flip Is Trouncing of Trump, Think Tank Says
2020-02-12 21:19:49
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - The start of primary season tends to focus the mind on the race for the White House, but if Democrats want to retake control of the U.S. Senate as well, they need to be looking at a decisive... Read More

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