The battle for the House of Representatives may be the widest-reaching in history. There are Democratic candidates running in almost every district, and winning back control of the lower chamber of Congress is the highest priority goal for the party. Their ability to cast a wide net is a key feature of their strategy. With
There’s been a lot of talk about the Senate, specifically whether or not the Democrats can take the majority and what paths they can take to get there. All of the scenarios where the Senate turns blue require victories in both swing and red states. The good news is there’s a few different options, although
Thursday is shaping up to be a busy day in D.C., and very likely one for the history books. The dueling testimonies of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh may affect the Court’s impact for decades, and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s meeting with President Trump may have a profound impact
The big news this week from the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation circus is that Christine Blasey Ford has agreed to testify before the Senate Judiciary committee next week. There are many details currently being negotiated, as they haven’t even agreed on the day of her appearance yet. Still, the testimony seems highly likely to happen. From
NOTE: This is a follow up to a post I wrote two weeks into the Trump administration. At the time, the confusion and panic caused by the Muslim ban and the haphazard communication and leaks were clear signs of a White House in disarray. It was impossible to tell who was really running the show.
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