A liberal group made up of former staffers of Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign responded to the admission by former Democratic National Committee chairman Donna Brazile that the primary was rigged in favor of Hillary Clinton by saying that the “corruption that plagues” the party goes far beyond just the 2016 primary.
Next Tuesday’s election between Republican Ed Gillespie and Democrat Ralph Northam is going to be a blowout, according to the polls. The only remaining uncertainty is who will be on the winning side—two polls from reputable institutions came out this past week, one showing Gillespie with an 8 point lead and another showing Northam with a 17 point lead. …
The resignation of high-powered Democratic lobbyist Tony Podesta from the firm bearing his name follows a string of failures by him to disclose his advocacy for foreign entities that put him under the microscope of special prosecutor Robert Mueller.
An article published on the San Francisco Chronicle’s sister-site on Wednesday offers justification for the increased number of death threats to Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt, saying the threats “make a warped sort of sense.”
Democratic National Committee chairman Tom Perez incorrectly stated “the Electoral College is not a creation of the Constitution” during a Tuesday night speech.
A new poll of registered voters from Hampton University has Republican Ed Gillespie with an eight point lead over Democrat Ralph Northam.
The reelection campaign for Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill (Mo.) spent nearly $21,000 on private air travel in three months, according to its most recent campaign filing.
Only 32 percent of people in Indiana who are familiar with Democratic senator Joe Donnelly said they planned to vote for him next year, according to new polling from Ball State University.
Democratic Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (N.D.) received nearly twice as much money from Goldman Sachs bankers in New York as from individuals in her home state of North Dakota over the past three months, according to her campaign’s most recent filing.
A new poll finds that voters agree by a wide margin with President Donald Trump that major news organizations “fabricate news stories” about his administration.