"There’s an opportunity to change this world with our election in November."
Kevin Abel, a businessman, is running against Lucy McBath, a well-known gun control activist.
The letter to the speaker of the House frames #IStandWithMaxine's central cause as a nonpartisan issue.
Democrats face a very difficult task in blocking any nomination to the Supreme Court.
“A deafening silence.”
The agenda is so far unknown.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has said he'd support legislation to make lynching a federal hate crime.
But that hasn’t stopped black conservatives from hoping Trump's policies will appeal to black voters.
Inside the political landscape that once inspired the Massachusetts Democrat to action.
It looks like a close one in Maryland.
And yes, he’s still considering running for president.
"The concept of a black woman running without institutional support is not an anomaly; if anything it’s the common factor."
The first black American woman to be nominated vies for a powerful governorship.
Abrams has largely avoided race and identity. It’s left some young black women voters feeling like they actually have a choice.
The legacy of the HOPE scholarship is complicated. Stacey Evans’ pitch to win Georgia’s Democratic nomination for governor is not.
DCCC is getting high marks on its diversity staffing efforts after difficult (and controversial) endorsement decisions in competitive districts.
This weekend, one nationally prominent black woman politician campaigned to help another black woman politician become governor.
The fight for John Conyers' seat is tense. His great-nephew's pitch is less legacy and more about making Detroit great again.
Harris, a potential 2020 Democratic candidate, is backing Abrams in her bid to become the country's first black female governor.
Eugene Craig III is still getting out his dreams three years later.