Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) told activists at the liberal Netroots Nation conference last weekend that progressives are the “heart and soul” of the Democratic Party, but moderate Democrats are pushing back against Warren’s claim.
The Democratic National Committee’s new leadership team reportedly increased its fundraising staff from 3 to 30, but the staffing boost is yet to have a marked impact on its fundraising results.
Hillary Clinton has not shied away from recriminations against others over her 2016 presidential election loss, and Democrats are concerned about how far she will go in her upcoming book What Happened.
Democrat Paul Davis declared his candidacy for Kansas’ second congressional district on Tuesday, saying he would not vote for Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) as leader of the House Democratic Caucus if elected.
West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin’s primary challenger Paula Jean Swearengin took aim at the incumbent senator during a Friday morning speech at the liberal Netroots Nation conference.
Former President Barack Obama will publicly reemerge on a national scale this fall in an effort to help the Democratic Party, but the move is worrying some strategists.
A feud is roiling the California Democratic Party and highlighting divisions that persist in the national party as Democrats look to rebuild after their losses in 2016.