After Russian interference that rocked the 2016 presidential campaign, Facebook admits the giant social network can be bad for democracy.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled Monday that the Republican-drawn state congressional map is illegally gerrymandered to benefit the GOP, ordering new maps ahead of the 2018 midterm elections. The decision in one of the country’s most closely watched redistricting battles will provide a boost to Democrats seeking to retake the House of Representatives by giving […]
From the January 19, 2018 Politico: The massive pro-Democratic political group created by a coalition of labor unions in 2016 is planning a comeback for 2018’s midterm elections, and it’s hoping to make even bigger investment this time around. Show More Summary
According to a new poll
John Cassidy argues that the women’s marches could empower the Democratic party in the 2018 midterms and the 2020 Presidential election.
Democrat hopes that Jeff Sessions would take the bait were realized.
On the anniversary of the women’s march protesting President Trump’s election, thousands arrived at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas on Sunday to kick off the push to elect women to Congress this year and flip it from Republican control. Organizers focused on Nevada because of its swing state status...
The Women's March on Washington returned again one year after President Trump's inauguration. This time, women came organizing for the 2018 midterm elections.
Silicon Valley’s social media giants aren’t done reckoning with their Russia problem. With less than 10 months to go before the midterm election, however, they’re still trying to earn back the public’s confidence that the commons they...Show More Summary
The Women's March is moving its focus to registering voters in swing states ahead of the 2018 midterm elections. The effort will begin with a voter registration and mobilization event in Las Vegas, Nevada on Sunday, the one-year anniversary...Show More Summary
Trump's recent comments about other countries could cost Republicans some evangelical votes in the midterm elections.
If you're a Republican lawmaker, and you're at all concerned about the 2018 midterm elections, today's polling is a reminder that the GOP is taking a big risk.
Giant crowds are expected at rallies around the United States Saturday for a second Women's March opposing President Donald Trump, and calling for voter mobilization ahead of the 2018 midterm elections. On January 21, 2017, one day after...Show More Summary
As the first midterm elections of the Trump era creep closer, scientists across the country are emerging from their labs to run for Congress. The president’s treatment of science—from proposed funding cuts to climate change denial—is one of the driving forces pushing researchers into the political ring. As Mother Jones’ Tim Murphy reported last July: All told, more […]
The court offered no explanation for its suspension. North Carolinians may vote in the 2018 midterm elections under a congressional map that has been gerrymandered by Republicans. The U.S. Supreme Court has blocked a lower court ruling ordering the U.S. Show More Summary
Democrats are going to need to stay energized for the midterm elections, and apparently House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi understands this, which is why she’s starting her campaign off the right way — by going on RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars as a guest judge. A spokesman for the congresswoman told ... More »
Faced with the likelihood of a "blue tsunami" in the 2018 midterm elections, President Donald Trump is holding out hope that terrorists will attack the country, reported the Washington Post on Wednesday. "In private conversations," said...Show More Summary
Since the Women's March, activists have swelled the ranks of grassroots organizations that Democrats hope will help them win the House in November.
The implications of his flippant words are deeply frightening. A Wednesday report about the mood among Republican leaders facing the increasing probability of major Democratic gains in the 2018 midterm elections contains a disturbing comment attributed to President Donald Trump. Show More Summary