Peters (D): Dems Should Be Party of ‘the Heartland’

Majority of campaign fundraising comes from coastal states

The Democratic Party should be "a party of the heartland of America," according Sen. Gary Peters (D., Mich.), but the majority of the freshman Senator's campaign contributions have come from donors in coastal states.

Hot Takes on the Democratic Debate

Night two in Detroit

Democrats debated again in Detroit on Wednesday, and this time the candidates didn't pretend Barack Obama's presidency never happened. Instead, they embraced his legacy as an example of how political leaders have failed the country.

Tlaib Donor Has Been Deceased for 10 Years

Tlaib received $2,500 from Michigan businessman who died in 2009

Democratic freshman representative Rashida Tlaib (Mich.) received a generous donation during the second quarter in the name of a man who died more than 10 years ago, a review of campaign and online records shows.