House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) was spotted in the company of some less than savory characters while attending a fundraiser for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) in Philadelphia on Tuesday.
A group of 13 interns at the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee sent a signed letter to chairman Rep. Ben Ray Luján (D., N.M.) on Thursday demanding that they be paid for their internships.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee promptly deleted a tweet on Thursday attacking a Republican congressman’s “cult-like fixation on marijuana” after a Los Angeles Times op-ed scolded the DCCC for launching its attack when Democrats “broadly support marijuana legalization.”
Archie Parnell, a Democratic congressional candidate in South Carolina, won the Democratic primary Tuesday night in a landslide weeks after it was publicly revealed that he abused his wife in the 1970s.
Maura Sullivan, an Illinois native turned Washington, D.C. insider who is now running for Congress in New Hampshire, is attending two fundraisers in Illinois over the next few weeks alongside former President Barack Obama’s senior strategist David Axelrod and other wealthy donors.
An upcoming New York House primary is the stage for a fight between local Democratic leaders and the national party over what the former views as the latter’s unwanted meddling.