2020 Democrats Are Avoiding The Women’s March
The organization that runs the national march, which was a celebrated cause when it launched in 2017, has faced charges of anti-Semitism.
Bernie Sanders Will Meet With Former Women Staffers About 2016 Campaign Sexism And Harassment
The meeting will follow reports over the past weeks about allegations of sexism and sexual harassment during 2016 on the broader campaign.
Elizabeth Warren Knows Something Other Presidential Hopefuls Don’t: Exactly Why She’s Running For President
Her campaign operation stumbled early, but in her first week in the race, Elizabeth Warren did, in strikingly clear personal terms, what so many other candidates fail to do.
Bernie Sanders’ Our Revolution Will Start A Campaign To Draft Him Into The Presidential Race
“Run Bernie Run” will be the second effort from the senator's supporters to convince him to jump into the 2020 Democratic primary.
Elizabeth Warren Was Asked In Iowa About *That* DNA Test
“My question to you: Why did you undergo the DNA testing and give Donald Trump more fodder to be a bully?”
The 2020 Democrat You Definitely Haven’t Heard Of: Richard Vague
He personally conducted 20 focus groups with middle-class voters, both Democratic and Republican, in six presidential battleground states.
Cory Booker Is Building A 2020 Campaign That’s Just Like Him: Vegan, Hyperactive, And Unapologetically Unconventional
French fries with Iowans in Newark. Eager big donors. A clearly defined message of “radical love.” Cory Booker has spent a year laying the groundwork for an ambitious possible presidential bid.
This Is The Democrats' Plan For Their 2020 Presidential Primary Debates
Democrats won’t do an undercard debate — instead splitting the first two debates into two consecutive nights.
Tom Steyer Is Posting Job Listings On LinkedIn For A Potential 2020 Campaign
A spokesperson for the California billionaire confirmed the anonymous postings came from Steyer, who she said is still considering joining the 2020 primary.
Democrats Nearly Got Wiped Out In Ohio And Can’t Figure Out What To Do Next
Democrats in and outside of Ohio are arguing over whether or not the state is worth the party’s time in 2020, all while Sen. Sherrod Brown weighs a presidential campaign.
Stormy Daniels' Attorney Michael Avenatti Has Been Arrested On Suspicion Of Domestic Violence
Avenatti, a fixture on cable news and a frequent Trump critic, was in Los Angeles police custody as of Wednesday afternoon. In a statement, he said, "I have never been physically abusive in my life."
Can A Democrat Still Win With “Hope And Change”?
For most Democrats, this has been an election year defined by progressive power and opposition to Trump. In Ohio, Aftab Pureval is running a different kind of campaign.
Bernie Sanders Isn’t Tired. He’s “Just Waking Up.”
The 77-year-old senator on a campaign swing gives a show, with reporters on board, of how much enthusiasm — and energy — he still enjoys.
Black Women Helped Build The Democratic Party. Now Those Leaders Say They’re Being Locked Out.
“I'm, like, three weeks away from going to register as an independent. I really am.”
Hillary Clinton Is Headlining A Fundraiser For First-Time Women Candidates
The 2016 presidential nominee has so far been largely in the background this election season.
Vermont’s Only Black Woman Lawmaker Dropped Her Reelection Bid Because Of Racist Threats. Progressives Say The State Needs "Introspection."
“This is outrageous, not what Vermont is about, and must be thoroughly investigated,” Bernie Sanders said in a statement.
After Internal Upheaval, The Founder Of The Firm Behind Bernie 2016 Is Leaving
Clients, including Bernie Sanders and Kamala Harris, had taken their fundraising business elsewhere after sweeping staff departures at Revolution Messaging.
A New DNC Rule Would (In Theory) Force Bernie Sanders To Be A Member Of The Democratic Party As President
“I view this as zero barrier to anything,” says Sanders’ former campaign manager.
Democrats Voted To Strip Power From Superdelegates
Superdelegates will no longer have a say in the nominating process. (Except in the unlikely event of a contested convention.)