Multiple liberal backers have withdrawn their endorsements of Rep. Alan Grayson’s (D.) Florida Senate campaign following a Politico report that disclosed numerous domestic abuse allegations from his ex-wife.
Top Democratic Senate challengers will be skipping the Democratic National Convention next week when Hillary Clinton is expected to be named the party’s nominee.
Senate Democrats expressed anxiety over recent polls showing Donald Trump leading or tied with Hillary Clinton in key battleground states during a private meeting with the former secretary of state at the Capitol on Thursday.
Democratic senators have been assigned conservative nonprofit groups to call out by name on the chamber floor in speeches on Monday and Tuesday criticizing corporations and advocacy groups for opposing Democratic climate policies, internal emails reveal.
Maryland Rep. Donna Edwards lost a bitter fight for the state’s vacant senate seat Tuesday night, forecasting expanding cracks in the Democratic party as the 2016 election remains unexpectedly competitive.
Democratic Senate hopeful Joe Sestak took a shot at the Democratic Party establishment on Monday by complaining that it is spending millions of dollars against him rather than spending it against Republicans.
As the Tea Party movement gained steam in the summer of 2009, Congressional Democrats saw waves of fed up constituents back in their home districts flock to town hall events to vent their frustrations with the workings of Washington, D.C. The uprisings ultimately led politicians to rethink such events and back away from facing the people they represent in that particular format.