The Columbus Dispatch, one of the largest newspapers in Ohio, published an article slamming Republican Senate candidate Rep. Jim Renacci for accusing Sen. Sherrod Brown (D.) of wanting to adopt a single-player health plan when he was not a recent co-sponsor of “Medicare for All.”
Democratic politicians and aides have joined the media in publicly denouncing two-time failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s comments insulting President Donald Trump’s voters.
Senate Democrats from states that Donald Trump won in 2016 were vital on Monday in blocking a bill, supported by the president, that would ban abortion after the mother reaches 20 weeks of pregnancy.
Sen. Claire McCaskill’s net approval rating dipped by nearly 10 points in the past year, making her the least popular Democrat running for reelection in a state carried by Republicans in 2016, according to new polling data from Morning Consult.
Rep. Jim Renacci (R., Ohio) announced Thursday he will be dropping his bid for governor in the Buckeye State to run instead for the Senate against incumbent Sen. Sherrod Brown (D., Ohio).
Former Ohio State University head football coach Jim Tressel will not be running for the Senate in the Buckeye State after he quashed the rumors Thursday evening.
Sen. Sherrod Brown (D., Ohio) sent out a fundraising email on Monday afternoon that attempts to raise money off the news that his likely Republican opponent Josh Mandel was exiting the race because of his wife’s health problems.
CNN informs me there are “at least” 22 Democrats thinking of running for president in 2020. So who among them had the best 2017? Below is my list, in descending order, of the strongest members of the emerging 2020 Democratic field, along with some thoughts on their political fortunes. Spoiler alert: It’s not a pretty sight.