30 Days Of Crucial Democratic House Primaries
The next thirty days will provide key answers for Democrats’ attempts to take back the House, as more than a dozen states hold primaries and runoffs to determine general election nominees. Will the DCCC’s preferred candidates survive primary challenges from progressives? Will Democrats even have a candidate on the ballot come November?
One thing is for certain, as these primaries come to a close, they will only become nastier, more divisive, and a bigger problem for Nancy Pelosi and House leadership.
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Ted Cruz and Beto O’Rourke Senate race ‘too close to call,’ poll says
A new Quinnipiac University Poll released Wednesday shows that the race for the U.S. Senate in Texas between Ted Cruz and Beto O’Rourke is “too close to call.”
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Democrats’ Jan. & Feb. Online Fundraising: By The Numbers
While the political world awaits candidates’ fundraising totals from the first quarter of 2018, the Democrats’ online fundraising operation, known as Act Blue, published disclosures for the first two months of the year.
Unsurprisingly, the top recipient of online money through Act Blue was Pennsylvania Democrat Conor Lamb, who on March 13 won a nationalized special election contest in suburban Pittsburgh to replace Rep. Tim Murphy (R-PA).
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Bernie Sanders Causing Headaches for Establishment Dems Across the Map
Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, who caucuses with Democrats and has a significant grassroots following, has focused on bolstering members of the progressive wing of the party, often to the detriment of more mainstream, and frankly electable, Democratic candidates.
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Texas Tribune: As general election begins, Cruz escalates battle against O’Rourke
For much of the past year, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz did not acknowledge Beto O’Rourke’s name — or even, for a while, the fact that he had a Democratic opponent for re-election.
That abruptly changed Tuesday evening, when Cruz convened several state reporters for a conference call in the final hours before polls closed in the state’s primaries.
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Texas Democrats Just Spent $6M Attacking Each Other in 5 Races. And It’s Not Over Yet.
Five competitive Democratic primaries in Texas racked up a spending bill of more than $6 million as the candidates battered and bruised one another heading into Tuesday’s primary.
And it’s not over yet. Eleven-week runoffs are kicking off in several races, meaning the Democratic infighting and spending will continue.
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The Texas Primaries: Who to Follow for Breaking News
The Texas primary elections have finally arrived. With eight representatives vacating their seats, including six Republicans, and a highly energized Democratic voter base, could this be the year Texas turns blue? While it’s not likely, there are several competitive races across the state that could be strong indicators of what is to come in competitive districts across the country. To help you stay informed, we developed a list of 19 Twitter accounts you should follow for live updates on the Texas primary elections.
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Democrats Desperately Want to Turn Texas Blue. Can They?
Can Democrats turn Texas blue this year? That’s been the question on the minds of Texas Democrats, journalists, and political observers for decades.
Republicans have carried the state of Texas in every presidential election since 1976, and Democrats have yet to win a single statewide office since 1994.
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