Democratic presidential candidate and Montana governor Steve Bullock blasted the Democratic National Committee's debate requirements during an appearance on MSNBC Tuesday afternoon, saying "It's a rough day when Democrats are less inclusive than Republicans."
California Senator and presidential hopeful Kamala Harris (D.) encountered a cold reception during a campaign stop on Monday at a nursing home with one elderly constituent telling her to "leave our health care system alone."
Presidential hopeful Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) called on Walmart to end its practice of selling guns in a tweet posted Friday morning. The move comes in the wake of two mass shootings last weekend that increased calls for gun control.
A Kentucky radio host and local attorney attacked a black Republican candidate for the state's attorney general seat for his support of President Donald Trump, saying that he should "stop eating the ‘Coon Flakes.’"
MSNBC contributor and executive editor of Above the Law Elie Mystal called on Thursday night for "pitchforks and torches" outside the house of billionaire Stephen Ross who has become the subject of controversy for his support of President Donald Trump.
The Maine Republican Party has called for an investigation into Democratic senate candidate Sara Gideon after a Free Beacon investigation revealed serious campaign finance violations that she has now admitted to.
Texas representative Joaquin Castro (D.) defended his decision to publicly display the names and employers of 44 private citizens who donated to President Donald Trump during an interview on Morning Joe Wednesday morning.