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DemDaily: Day 24. Where It Hurts

DemDaily: Day 24. Where It Hurts

January 14, 2019 Day 24 of the Goverment Shutdown. While business inside the US Capitol resumes at a heady pace this week, the rest of Washington, DC is eerily quiet. The Smithsonian museums that...

DemDaily: In Memoriam

DemDaily: In Memoriam

January 4, 2019     The new Congress and the new year provides an opportunity to honor the elected lawmakers and public servants we lost in 2018. “We must find time to stop and...

DemDaily: Opening Day

DemDaily: Opening Day

January 3, 2019 History was made in the nation’s Capitol today with the swearing in of the most racially and gender-diverse Congress in its 230-year tenure. It also marked an unprecedented...

DemDaily: Out of the Gate

DemDaily: Out of the Gate

January 2, 2019 The presidential primary began in earnest New Year’s eve with the unofficial entry of US Senator Elizabeth Warren into the 2020 race for the White House. The Massachusetts...

DemDaily: Campaign Countdown!

DemDaily: Campaign Countdown!

December 21, 2018 For our followers – a look at the past year and the campaign calendar ahead. The Stats 2018 Gains *  40 House seats flipped (with NC-9 TBD) *  7 Governor seats flipped...

DemDaily: What is Brexit?

DemDaily: What is Brexit?

Both the United States and Great Britain are dealing with the political turmoil that results from the increasing rise of nationalism and protectionism. In Britain, or the United Kingdom, the drama...

DemDaily: The Latino Factor

DemDaily: The Latino Factor

December 12, 2018 The second-largest ethnic group in the United States, the Latino community compromises approximately 18% of the US population and 11% of the voting electorate. Often referred to...