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How Can Republicans Blunt Hillary Clinton's Foreign Policy Edge?

It's been years since Democrats held a national security advantage in a presidential race. If Clinton runs, the GOP will be scrambling to take it away.  

What It Means to Be a Black Female Candidate

Stacey Abrams is rising fast in Georgia. Some things she learned along the way.

Should Democratic Candidates Care About Hillary Clinton’s 2016 Timeline?

Long-lasting question marks around a possible Clinton presidential run could leave Democrats unprepared for 2016.

State Parties Gone Wild

There's been a lot of turmoil at the grassroots level in key battleground states.

Chamber of Commerce to Endorse Al Franken's Challenger

Their endorsement of Republican Mike McFadden is a sign Republicans view the Minnesota Senate race as increasingly winnable.

Democratic PAC Sees Koch Influence Behind Scuttled TV Ads

Minnesota TV stations owned by a Republican donor and Koch ally refused to air ads from a Democratic super PAC. 

What Keeps Women From the Polls?

Data show that family responsibilities are disproportionately shouldered by women—particularly black women.

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How Can Republicans Blunt Hillary Clinton's Foreign Policy Edge?

It's been years since Democrats held a national security advantage in a presidential race. If Clinton runs, the GOP will be scrambling to take it away.  

What It Means to Be a Black Female Candidate

Stacey Abrams is rising fast in Georgia. Some things she learned along the way.

Should Democratic Candidates Care About Hillary Clinton’s 2016 Timeline?

Long-lasting question marks around a possible Clinton presidential run could leave Democrats unprepared for 2016.

State Parties Gone Wild

There's been a lot of turmoil at the grassroots level in key battleground states.

Chamber of Commerce to Endorse Al Franken's Challenger

Their endorsement of Republican Mike McFadden is a sign Republicans view the Minnesota Senate race as increasingly winnable.

Democratic PAC Sees Koch Influence Behind Scuttled TV Ads

Minnesota TV stations owned by a Republican donor and Koch ally refused to air ads from a Democratic super PAC. 

What Keeps Women From the Polls?

Data show that family responsibilities are disproportionately shouldered by women—particularly black women.

See More