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The Battle For The Democratic Party's Soul: A Retrospective
A look at how the much-hyped fight played out (with help from the HuffPost FDR zombie meter).
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One Republican Official Challenged Thousands Of Voter Registrations In His County. It Could Happen Elsewhere.
He walked into a Houston elections office and claimed those people might be registered under incorrect addresses.
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Democrats Welcome Chris Collins’ Decision To Stay On Ballot
The Trump ally is running for a fourth term in a New York seat once considered safely Republican.
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Hillary Clinton Slams Trump Admin’s ‘Despicable’ Acts: ‘Our Democracy Is In Crisis’
The former Democratic presidential nominee penned a lengthy op-ed for The Atlantic, published on Sunday evening.
George Bush Stumping For GOP Candidates, But Not Ted Cruz
"I just don't like the guy," former president reportedly said about the Texas senator in 2015.
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The Democratic Party Is Changing Forever. New York Just Showed Us How.
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Thursday's primary results reinforced what we've seen across the country.
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Barack Obama Tells Democrats: 'I Need You To Come Through' In November
“Take off your bedroom slippers, put on your marching shoes," the former president said at a rally in Cleveland.
The History And Future Of Gerrymandering
Gerrymandering gets a bad rap, but the remapping of electoral districts every decade is required by our constitution.
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Weary Of Court Drama, Gerrymandering Opponents Shift Their Strategy
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More states are turning to independent commissions to fight gerrymandering.
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The GOP Rode The Trump Train, And Now It's Derailing
Anything Trump touches, he destroys -- including the Republican party.
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GOP Candidate in North Carolina Buys Ads On Weather Channel Ahead Of Hurricane
Mark Harris, a conservative pastor, is trying to win a House seat in the Charlotte suburbs.
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Jimmy Carter: To Beat Trump, Dems Cannot Scare Off Moderates
Carter spoke at his presidential center in Atlanta on Tuesday.
Bernie Sanders' Son, Levi, Loses New Hampshire Congressional Primary
The Vermont senator chose not to endorse his son in the competitive Democratic race for an open seat.
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Brazil’s Far-Right Vice Presidential Candidate Sees A Scenario For Military Rule
Ana Beatriz Rosa
A "situation of chaos" could again put the country under the military's thumb, Gen. Antônio Hamilton Mourão said.
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Rest In Peace To The Former Dog Mayor Of Rabbit Hash, Kentucky
Lucy Lou served her community for eight years and even ran for U.S. president.
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New York Is One Of The Bluest States In The Country. Its Voting Laws Are Horrendous.
The state is seen as one of the most progressive in the country, but lawmakers have been unable to change archaic laws that make it more difficult to vote.
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Bernie Sanders Endorses Zephyr Teachout For New York Attorney General
Sanders also backed Jumaane Williams for lieutenant governor but didn't endorse Cynthia Nixon for governor.
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Cynthia Nixon Casts Herself As Latest Democratic Insurgent In NY Governor Race
By Jonathan Allen, Reuters
The "Sex and the City" actress hopes to follow in the footsteps of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ayanna Pressley.
Sen. Ben Sasse Admits He 'Regularly' Considers Leaving The GOP
The freshman from Nebraska often criticizes Donald Trump, though he's a reliable vote for the president's agenda.
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New York Voters Are About To Tell Us A Lot About The State Of The Resistance
Keep your eyes on the attorney general race among Democrats Zephyr Teachout, Letitia James and Sean Patrick Maloney.
President Obama’s Plea To America
President Obama is calling on Americans to fulfill their civic duty and get involved in the 2018 midterm elections.
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Democrat Tom Carper Staves Off Progressive In Delaware Senate Primary
Kerri Evelyn Harris, a community organizer and political newcomer, fell short in her upset bid.
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Sen. Tom Carper Is In The Political Fight Of His Life Against Progressive Newcomer Kerri Harris
Could Delaware be the site of the next big progressive upset?
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Trump DOJ Official Overseeing Voter Fraud Hunt Subpoenas Millions Of Voting Records
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A new broad request for voter information in North Carolina is raising alarm bells.
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Google A No-Show As Facebook, Twitter Executives Testify To Senate Panel
The committee set out an empty chair for Google to show their displeasure.
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It’s Not Just Robert Mueller. President Donald Trump Faces Six Separate Investigations And Lawsuits.
Prosecutors are digging into the president’s business from which he refused to divest.
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