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DemDaily: The Florida Factor

DemDaily: The Florida Factor

September 12, 2018 Few states hold more political importance nationally than Florida, and rarely more so than in the upcoming 2018 elections. The country’s largest bellweather state, with...

DemDaily: A Little Respect

DemDaily: A Little Respect

August 31, 2018 In 1992, at a Democratic Party event, I saw Aretha Franklin perform. In the Grand Ballroom of the Washington Hilton, supporters and staff crowded the four-foot stage — in...

DemDaily: DNC: Reforms and Resources

DemDaily: DNC: Reforms and Resources

August 30, 2018 The Democratic National Committee (DNC) passed historic reforms at their Summer meeting in Chicago, Illinois last week, but the issues and the outcome are still a bit confusing to...

DemDaily: Hero of the Week

DemDaily: Hero of the Week

August 27, 2018 In July of last year I wrote a Daily called “Hero of the Week” about John McCain’s “thumbs down” vote that killed the “Skinny Repeal”...

DemDaily: DNC: Update on the Outrage

DemDaily: DNC: Update on the Outrage

August 25, 2018 The Democratic National Committee (DNC) had an appropriately dramatic conclusion to its three-day Summer meeting with the passage of major reforms to its presidential nominating...