This week, two more Democrats jumped into the 2020 race, new polling seemed to confirm that the Arizona Senate race is up for grabs, and Texas Rep. Will Hurd (R) may have a rematch on his hands next year.
Our weekly video recapping the top news hits.
Elizabeth Warren has released a litany of policy proposals but does she have a plan to pay for them?
In this week’s Political Edge, we recap the special election in North Carolina’s 9th District, breakdown a new Senate ranking system from FiveThirtyEight, and review which 2020 candidates are receiving the most media coverage.
Today’s special primary election in North Carolina’s 9th District marks the first “redo” election for a congressional race since the New Hampshire U.S. Senate race in 1974. Here’s what you need to know about the race.
As the weeks march along, more and more Democrats are grappling with the question: how do we stop Joe Biden?
This week, the House will vote on a package of seven health care and drug pricing bills, the Strengthening Health Care and Lowering Prescription Drug Costs Act and The Equality Act. And the Senate will continue to confirm President Trump’s nominees.
The state of play in the Alabama Senate race is in flux, as Sen. Doug Jones faces a primary challenge. Catch up on all the country’s most important political news in this week’s Race Rundown.
It was yet another busy week in Washington and on the campaign trail as President Trump hosted Tiger Woods at the White House on Monday to present him with the presidential medal of freedom. Meanwhile, the unemployment rate dropped to a 50-year low, putting Democrats in the tricky position of having to explain why that’s a bad thing.
It is widely assumed that Republicans are experts at using so-called “dark money,” but in the 2018 midterm Democratic groups vastly outspent Republicans. As 2020 kicks into gear, this trend does not appear to be slowing down. Here are the top liberal dark money groups you should be aware of.