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DemDaily: Game of Guns

DemDaily: Game of Guns

October 30, 2018 The tragic, anti-Semitic shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh on Saturday, which killed 11 and injured seven, was a stark reminder of the importance of the issue...

DemDaily: Early Vote By The Numbers!

DemDaily: Early Vote By The Numbers!

October 29, 2018 The 2018 midterms are expected to break voting records across the board and early vote numbers are no exception, with over 19 million people having voted as of this morning. Not...

DemDaily: The Power of PACs

DemDaily: The Power of PACs

October 26, 2018 Political Action Committees (PACs) play a major role in the funding, and influence, of political elections. The question is — which ones, and those behind them, are playing...

DemDaily: Gloves Off in Georgia

DemDaily: Gloves Off in Georgia

October 19, 2018 The gloves are off in one of the country’s most contested Governors races, one that could produce our country’s first black female Governor. In Georgia, where former...

DemDaily: Bullies at the Ballot Box

DemDaily: Bullies at the Ballot Box

October 18, 2018 Identification requirements for voting have been a part of the electoral system for almost 70 years, but remain one of the most contentious and contested aspects of election...

DemDaily: State of The Senate

DemDaily: State of The Senate

October 16, 2018 There are 35 of the 100 US Senate seats up for election November 6, 2018.  With every Trump drama, speculation on which party will ultimately control the Senate has shifted. The...