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DemDaily: The 51st State

DemDaily: The 51st State

June 26, 2020 The U.S. House of Representatives, today, passed H.R. 51, The Washington, D.C. Admission Act, a bill to make Washington, DC the country’s 51st state, providing the District...

DemDaily: Denial and Delay

DemDaily: Denial and Delay

March 19, 2020 This morning brought the good news Internationally that, for the first time, China has not reported any new local cases of coronavirus, giving hope that there is actually an end...

DemDaily: The Super Tuesday Aftermath

DemDaily: The Super Tuesday Aftermath

March 5, 2020 In the wake of Super Tuesday’s primaries, the Democratic presidential field lost yet another contender today as candidates in US Senate races celebrated primary victories...

DemDaily: First in The West

DemDaily: First in The West

February 21, 2020 Saturday’s February 22nd Nevada Caucuses, the third Democratic primary contest of the presidential election, will be a turning point for some among the field of now eight...

DemDaily: Senate Watch List

DemDaily: Senate Watch List

February 14, 2020 While the impeachment hearings, trial and tribulations of Donald J. Trump, and the Democratic presidential race to replace him, have consumed every media minute for the last fews...

DemDaily: State of the DisUnion

DemDaily: State of the DisUnion

February 5, 2020 This afternoon the US Senate acquitted Donald J. Trump on the Articles of Abuse of Power and Obstruction of Congress, as impeached by the US House of Representatives. Both votes...