The Democratic senators from Ohio and Minnesota are suddenly looking like brighter prospects for their party after the midterm results.
There's a new, wildly diverse, and largely female Democratic group joining the House of Representatives.
Democrats picked up seats in the suburbs and won in areas where Hillary Clinton beat Donald Trump in 2016.
“If we can turn out the largest Native vote in North Dakota history, I believe that’s sending a message.”
Two Women In Their Twenties Were Just Elected To Congress. Their Differences Define The Democratic Party’s Divide.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez campaigned on Medicare for All and abolishing ICE. Abby Finkenauer took a more moderate approach in her conservative Iowa district.
Booker, who is considering a run for president, came to North Dakota Friday to help Sen. Heidi Heitkamp’s reelection campaign. Voters there found a lot to like in the New Jersey senator, too.
The former vice president, considering a run for president, is campaigning everywhere this week for Democratic candidates. But people keep asking: “How old is he?”
There are still a lot of questions around whether Democrats will be able to take control of the House.
The Brett Kavanaugh confirmation hearings helped make the California senator famous, if only among a certain set of news-obsessed voters.
If there's a Democratic sweep in November, politically moderate suburban women will be a big reason why. "Now I’m Democratic," said one Michigan woman. "I’ve never been before."
Republicans Think They’ve Finally Found A Way To Beat Democrats On Health Care In 2018: Attack Medicare For All
Get ready for a lot more ads about candidates who support “government-run health care.”
Harris and Klobuchar both struck rare blows against Kavanaugh in front of a riveted nationwide audience Thursday.
Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee has said he “never” drank to the point of blacking out.
Asked how he would apologize to Anita Hill now, the former vice president said, “I’m sorry I couldn’t have stopped the kind of attacks that came to you.”
“I’m not convinced the Cohen or Manafort stuff is going to be moving the dial much,” a Democratic strategist said of calls for impeachment.
She's introducing a bill that isn't likely to go anywhere, but it could become a big part of Warren's potential presidential campaign.
“Virtually all law-abiding citizens feel safer when they see officers walking a beat,” Harris writes in her 2009 book.
“This is a challenge on our side: We’re trying to force something to be a voter’s top issue in an unrealistic time frame.”
Send a tweet about either Gillibrand or Franken, and there’s a decent chance you’ll hear the other’s name.
“It’s accurate to say most of the energy on Twitter is on the far left, and a lot of the energy in Washington is on the far left.”