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Jul 08 2019
With the first debates and two quarters of fundraising behind them, strategists with the leading Democratic campaigns and party operatives are beginning to rethink the conventional narrative of the 2020 primary.
Gone is the expectation of a massive candidate pile-up when the early states begin voting, and a long, drawn-out primary. Few are worried anymore about the prospect of aPolitico
Dec 31 2017
A Trump campaign adviser’s drunken conversation with an Australian diplomat last year was one of the catalysts for the counterintelligence investigation into the Trump campaign.The Daily Caller
Nov 09 2020
An exhausting and divisive presidential campaign, election and vote counting process is all but over, with a President-elect Joe Biden and a President Trump in office until Jan. 20.
The fate of the Senate majority is almost certain to be up to voters in Georgia, who will cast ballots in two runoff elections in January. For now, Republicans appear to have won 50 seats with votes stillThe Hill
May 04 2019
Who has the most campaign cash on hand? Who spent about as much money as they raised? Who relied heavily on personal loans and past political accounts?
Democratic presidential candidates on Monday provided the first broad look at campaign finances. Early fund-raising is no guarantee of votes in 2020, but it is a barometer of which Democrats are generating interest — not an easy feat inNew York Times (News)
Sep 30 2020
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden ran a heavily edited campaign ad after Tuesday night’s presidential debate that may cost him more than the fee paid to air the spot.
The ad capitalized on a wholly dishonest assessment by the candidate and his allies in the media that President Trump refused to condemn white supremacy — included in the deceptive ad was a photograph of KyleBizpac Review
Feb 02 2021
Pete Buttigieg has become the first out LGBTQ person to be nominated for a Cabinet position and confirmed by the Senate.
Buttigieg was confirmed as the Secretary of Transportation by a bipartisan vote of 86 to 13.
With this appointment and confirmation, Buttigieg caps off a historic, meteoric-like political rise.
He went from being the mayor of the small town of South BendLGBTQ Nation
Aug 24 2021
For Democrats, getting their historic domestic agenda done was already going to be a tough needle to thread, with a narrowly divided Congress and tensions within the party itself.
But now, because of the resurgent coronavirus due to the delta variant and the chaotic U.S. withdrawal in Afghanistan, President Biden's approval rating has dropped. His reduced influence and political capitalNPR (Online News)
Nov 10 2020
Saturday delivered a series of very pleasing surprises: The networks put an end to the agonizingly slow 2020 election, calling the race for President-elect Joe Biden. That announcement kicked off hours of exuberant outdoor partying — widespread screaming, impromptu street dancing, and a cacophony of cowbells — in cities around the country. And somewhere in the midst of all that celebrating,New York Magazine
Nov 10 2020
President Trump urged Republicans not to let former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe get away with “totally criminal activity” as he began testifying in the Senate about the origins of the investigation into the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia during the 2016 presidential election.
“Republicans, don’t let Andrew McCabe continue to get away with totally criminal activity. What he didNew York Post (News)
Jul 30 2021
Perspectives BlogFrom the Center
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When we talk about including “all sides of the conversation”, we usually mean that different people from different ideologies are able to have their voices heard. When we talk about “building bridges”, we’re usually referring to finding bipartisan opportunities between Republicans and Democrats.
But thanks to theDan Schnur