Panic is beginning to set in with establishment Democrats over the state of the 2020 presidential primary, as they worry none of the candidates currently running will be able to defeat President Trump next year.
Over the next several days, 2020 Dems will gather for their next primary debate, the House will continue impeachment inquiry hearings, and Congress faces another budget deadline. Get prepared with our revamped “Week Ahead” feature.
Outside groups are gearing up for battle as impeachment inquiry hearings begin. Catch up on the latest political news across the country with this week’s Race Rundown.
Watch some of the most important highlights from the first week of formal impeachment inquiry hearings.
Republicans and Democrats will be working to sway public opinion on impeachment over the coming weeks. As open-door hearings begin today, what does current polling tell us?
Coming off the Veteran’s Day holiday, both the House and Senate are back in session this week while candidates across the country have packed schedules full of speaking engagements.
With his frontrunner status in question, former Vice President Joe Biden is ratcheting up his attacks on Sen. Elizabeth Warren. Catch up on this story and other primary developments in this week’s 2020 recap.
In a surprising turn this week, former U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) announced he was running to reclaim his old Senate seat. Also this week: 2020 Dems placed big ad buys in early states, new polling in key Senate races, and endorsements from a major progressive group. Catch up on the biggest political stories in the latest Race Rundown.
Full of fuzzy math and big assumptions, pundits across the political spectrum were incredulous after presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren released her plan to pay for Medicare for All.
Hot takes and analysis from yesterday’s elections in Virginia, Kentucky, and Mississippi.