Todd Shepherd

Debts for Democratic Party of Arkansas Rocket 75 Percent in One Month

Party already facing heavy scrutiny over financial issues, raises, spending

money cashMoney owed by the Democratic Party of Arkansas (DPA) shot up from about $80,000 in July to $139,000 in August, a one-month increase in debts and obligations of roughly 75 percent, according to new filings available from the Federal Election Commission.

Hickenlooper Gets Boost After Candidate in CO Senate Race Suspends Campaign

Progressive wing of the party has pushed back on 'coronation' of Hickenlooper

One of the top intra-party challengers for the Democratic Senate nomination in Colorado suspended his campaign on Tuesday, clearing away one of the toughest obstacles former Governor John Hickenlooper faced when he joined the contest after dropping his failing presidential bid.

Minnesota’s ‘Line 3’ Renews Pipeline Politics

Progressive 2020 Dems stake out hardline position

pipeline protestThe progressive wing of Democratic presidential contenders is staking out a hardline position on a pipeline replacement project in Minnesota, a position that is further left than many local Democrats in the state and could pinch more centrist Democrats on the national level.

Colorado Dems Push Back Against Hickenlooper Senate Run

Quick endorsement of failed presidential contender by DSCC sparks ire

Leaked emails revealed a host of Democratic leaders in Colorado voicing frustration with and opposition to John Hickenlooper's decision to drop his presidential run in favor of pursuing the party's nomination for a U.S. Senate run next November.