The Associated Press contacted all 712 superdelegates to the Democratic National Convention next summer, and asked them which Republican they thought would be their party's strongest opponent in the general election. Offering a window...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton “has locked up public support from half of the Democratic insiders who cast ballots at the party’s national convention, giving her a commanding advantage over her rivals for the party’s presidential nomination,” the AP reports. “The 712 superdelegates [...]
WASHINGTON (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton has locked up public support from half of the Democratic insiders who cast ballots at the party's national convention, giving her a commanding advantage over her rivals for the party's presidential...Show More Summary
The Democratic National Convention is vying for the seal of approval from two organizations that are both at the forefront of the Black Lives Matter movement. First, there’s the Black Lives Matter organization itself, which was started by Patrice Cullors, Alicia Garza and Opal Tometi. Show More Summary
Ex-Democratic Rep. Artur Davis addressing the 2012 Republican National Convention Leading Off: • Montgomery County, AL Commission: Artur Davis just can't come home again. The Democratic-turned-Republican former congressman is trying to run for the Montgomery County Commission as a Democrat, but he needed to get the state party's permission to do so. Show More Summary
When is the first Democratic presidential primary debate and how many debates will take place before the 2016 Democratic National Convention? Here’s everything you need to know, including the date, time and online viewing information for each of the six upcoming debates. Show More Summary
Ann Richards was the state treasurer of Texas when she delivered the keynote address at the 1988 Democratic National Convention in Atlanta, Georgia. Her claim-to-fame was this line about vice president George H.W. Bush, then running for president: "Poor George, he can't help it. Show More Summary
Kanye West will perform songs from his latest album, Swish at a fundraiser for the Democratic National Convention in San Francisco.
Democratic National Committee chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz was heckled at a convention in New Hampshire. The Democratic Party leadership is taking some heat over its set schedule of fielding just six debates. The troops aren't happy...Show More Summary
Democrats are turning on each other, but of course the mainstream media isn’t reporting it. During a massive Democratic rally in New Hampshire this weekend, Democratic National Convention Chairwoman Debbie
MANCHESTER, N.H. -- The chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee was heckled here Saturday as she addressed a gathering of state party activists, some of whom feel strongly that there should be more presidential debates than the national party has sanctioned. Shortly after Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.), the DNC chairwoman, took the stage here, calls of "more […]
New Hampshire Democrats meeting for their state convention on Saturday drowned out the Democratic Party's national chairwoman, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, with cries for more debates among the presidential contenders.
I don't know how I missed the story that former Alabama Congressman Artur Davis, last seen nationally as the 2012 Republican National Convention's big apostate speaker, and reportedly eyeing a...
The Democratic National Convention approved a resolution to support the protest movement, but #BlackLivesMatter thinks otherwise.
The Democratic National Committee is offering all sorts of perks at next year's presidential nominating convention in Philadelphia in return for whopping contributions.
A top de Blasio aide got six figures from the city’s tourism agency for heading the failed bid for the 2016 Democratic National Convention.
This is how I think of Julian Bond: At the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago (notice the shots of Mayor Richard J. Daley) being nominated for vice president, but too young to hold the job. (Yes, Bond is talking … Continue reading ?
Looks like Millenials and others at our nation’s colleges and universities don’t really have that much love for the Democrat Party if the empty auditorium for the College Democrat’s Annual
From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… Monday Morning Shot of Rhetorical Red Bull The 2004 Democratic National Convention was held in Boston eleven(!!!) years ago this week. Howard Dean, who ignited the lefty blogosphere (he's the reason I stumbled on to Daily Kos), wasn't our nominee. Show More Summary