The fight over 53,000 voter applications is something Abrams prepared for.
Liberal groups are pouring money into learning how to turn out young people of color, and what they’re finding looks a lot like the Democrats running in Georgia and Florida.
A Sexual Assault Survivor And Likely Future Member Of Congress Is Calling For The Country To Unite Around Survivors
Ayanna Pressley, who won a tight Boston primary last month, said if Brett Kavanaugh “had an iota of decency” he would withdraw his Supreme Court nomination.
Mia Love, in a competitive House race, is the only Republican in the Congressional Black Caucus, and she's built close relationships in the group.
“I'm, like, three weeks away from going to register as an independent. I really am.”
The Dominant Political Institutions For Black And Women Candidates Are Struggling With The New Wave Of Black And Women Candidates
The Congressional Black Caucus PAC and EMILY’s List missed out on an election that will likely bring a dynamic black woman to Congress.
Ayanna Pressley Won Her Primary And Is Close To Becoming Massachusetts' First Black Woman In Congress
Another Democratic incumbent falls to a member of his own party.
If Anyone Had Bothered Talking To Black Voters, They Would Have Known Andrew Gillum Was Going To Win
There's a reason that young people of color packed a downtown Jacksonville bar with just a few hours' notice.
It's a unity effort, behind candidates who have gotten a fair amount of hype but could need help to win.
Andrew Gillum has run an untested campaign strategy in one of the most competitive statewide races in the country — an at times unsteady, but compelling effort — ahead of Tuesday’s primary. Will it work?
Two years ago, I spent days talking to people in the New York hip-hop circles he once moved in, chasing the Trump tape we're all looking for again.
The admission is made in Unhinged, out this week.
Three sources confirmed that Kamala Harris, who held a fundraiser there last year, will make another trip this year.
Both are considering bids for bigger offices.
"I never rule anything out."
"When you are focused on what hurtful or harmful things are going to be said about you, you are not paying attention to the voters in front of you."
Politically, Mahlon Mitchell argues, the leading Democrat is a “retread,” the kind of candidate who has unsuccessfully run against Scott Walker in the past.
"There’s an opportunity to change this world with our election in November."