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DemDaily: Justifying Gerrymandering

DemDaily: Justifying Gerrymandering

July 2, 2019 In one of its most impactful decisions regarding our election system, the Supreme Court of the United States(SCOTUS) ruled last week that federal courts are powerless to intervene in...

DemDaily: Census and Citizenship

DemDaily: Census and Citizenship

July 1, 2019 In a win for democracy, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) blocked the Trump administration’s Census citizenship question — for now. In the 5-4 decision...

DemDaily: First Debate, Take Two

DemDaily: First Debate, Take Two

June 28, 2019 The second night of the first round of the Democratic presidential debate proved a very different dynamic, elevating the playing stage to direct and contentious debate between the...

DemDaily: First Debate, Take One

DemDaily: First Debate, Take One

June 27, 2019 Round one of the first Democratic presidential debate served its anticipated purpose of boosting, or jumpstarting, the campaigns of the second tier candidates. Surprisingly, no...

DemDaily: The Download on the Debate

DemDaily: The Download on the Debate

June 26, 2019 20 million viewers. 600 journalists on the ground. 10 candidates. Tonight kicks off the first Democratic presidential debate when ten of 20 primary contenders will grace the stage...

DemDaily: Countdown to Netroots Nation

DemDaily: Countdown to Netroots Nation

June 25, 2019 Netroots Nation is almost two weeks away and the lineup includes 2020 White House contenders and some of our country’s top elected officials, candidates and leaders. Now in its...

DemDaily: Status of the Senate

DemDaily: Status of the Senate

June 24, 2019 While the presidential election dominates the news, taking control of the US Senate is almost, if not as, critical to Democratic hopes of passing significant legislation beyond 2020...

DemDaily: Trying Treason

DemDaily: Trying Treason

June 21, 2019 This week marks the anniversary of the 1807 trial for treason against former Vice President Aaron Burr, and one of the first tests of the Constitution’s Treason Clause. Since...

DemDaily: Repairing History

DemDaily: Repairing History

June 19, 2019 The House Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights and Civil Liberties today held hearings on the subject of reparations for African Americans “for the...