Hillary Clinton’s “forceful” stance in favor of gun control caused some members of the Democratic Caucus to freak out, an email exchange published Wednesday shows.
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee will no longer be helping Rep. Patrick Murphy (D.) with television ads in his bid to unseat incumbent Sen. Marco Rubio (R.) in Florida’s Senate race, according to the Miami Herald.
The Democratic candidate competing against Republican Liz Cheney for Wyoming’s at-large House seat boasted about receiving an endorsement from a liberal organization that works “shoulder-to-shoulder” with Hillary Clinton on policy harmful to the state’s energy sector.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) has her eyes set on becoming speaker of the House once again.
Florida Democrat Randy Perkins, who is running for Congress in Florida’s 18th district, owns two multi-million dollar homes in the state along with numerous properties managed through his business, though none are located in the district he’s seeking to represent.
Democratic National Committee chair Donna Brazile leaked a question to Hillary Clinton’s campaign that the candidate was going to be asked at a CNN town hall prior to the event when she was a network contributor, the Daily Caller reported Tuesday.
Liberal activist Brent Budowsky lambasted Hillary Clinton in an email to her campaign chairman John Podesta during the Democratic primary, saying that Clinton was lying about Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) and a weak candidate with little chance of beating any Republican other than Donald Trump.
Senior advisers to Hillary Clinton feared that Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) would back primary opponent Bernie Sanders if the Democratic presidential nominee failed to forcefully oppose Wall Street banking, according to emails published by WikiLeaks on Monday.