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Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders Agree on Donald Trump Threat; Not Ready to Endorse Other’s Vision

Although Clinton won the Washington, D.C., contest as primary season came to an official end Tuesday, neither her camp nor Sanders’ shows much willingness to offer concessions to the other.

Posted on Jun 15, 2016 READ MORE


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California Election Tally May Be 3 Million Votes Shy

Expected flood of mail-in ballots means final results may not be known for up to a month. And many voters reported election-day problems.

Posted on Jun 9, 2016 READ MORE


Nina Turner: ‘We’re Going All the Way to the Convention’ (Video)

The former state senator from Ohio spoke at a Bernie Sanders rally in San Francisco and urged his supporters to “fight on” after Tuesday’s California primary.

Posted on Jun 7, 2016 WATCH & LISTEN



In California, Hillary Clinton’s Strategy Depends on Black Voters

While African-Americans constitute less than 6 percent of the Golden State’s population, they can turn out at the polls in large numbers. 

Posted on Jun 1, 2016 READ MORE



How the Internet Is Empowering the Grass Roots and Transforming Democracy

While super PACs and superdelegates have been the focus of the public’s attention and frustration, an overlooked narrative is how eager people—especially the young—experience and participate in the political process in nontraditional ways.

Posted on Jun 1, 2016 READ MORE



Bernie Sanders Supporters Sue Over California’s Voter Registration Rules

Arguing that thousands will be disenfranchised because of confusing rules about registering to vote in the Golden State, supporters of the Democratic presidential candidate filed suit to extend the deadline.

Posted on May 27, 2016 READ MORE



‘Game On’: Bernie Sanders Ready to Debate Donald Trump in California

After Democratic rival Hillary Clinton refuses to debate him, Sanders accepts Trump’s idea for a high-ratings showdown.

Posted on May 26, 2016 READ MORE



Bernie Sanders Makes Hay With His Old-School Oratory Skills

Even in a short-attention-span era, the Democratic presidential candidate knows how to hold a crowd spellbound.

Posted on May 25, 2016 READ MORE


John Oliver: Primary System Is a Broken, Counterintuitive ‘Cluster- - - - ’

The “Last Week Tonight” host lays out an idea to reform the convoluted primary and caucus system that is damaging America’s democracy.

Posted on May 23, 2016 WATCH & LISTEN



The Big Issue Californians Are Not Hearing About This Election Year

While most voters’ attention is on the presidential primary and national-level races, it’s the legislative election that matters to the most powerful political force in the Golden State—big business.

Posted on May 19, 2016 READ MORE



Hillary Clinton Claims Kentucky Victory; Bernie Sanders, Donald Trump Take Oregon

With 99 percent of the Bluegrass State’s Democratic primary vote counted, The Associated Press still hasn’t named a victor. Sanders and Trump were the clear winners in Oregon.

Posted on May 17, 2016 READ MORE



Poll: Donald Trump Closing In on Hillary Clinton; Bernie Sanders Remains Formidable

Clinton now leads Trump nationally 48 to 45 percent, an unsettling development as the candidates enter their final stretch of primaries.

Posted on May 17, 2016 READ MORE



Baltimore’s Election Results Are Decertified as State Investigation Is Launched

Analysis reveals discrepancies between the number of voters who appeared at polling stations and the number of ballots cast.

Posted on May 13, 2016 READ MORE



Sanders Wins West Virginia Primary—and No, It’s Not Inconsequential

“Regardless of what the mainstream media would like you to believe, these victories matter.”

Posted on May 10, 2016 READ MORE



14 Races to Go: Sanders Set on ‘Transforming a Nation’

“The people in every state in this country should have the right to determine who they want as president and what the agenda of the Democratic Party should be.”

Posted on Apr 27, 2016 READ MORE



Restrictive Rules Leave New York Voters Shut Out of Key Primary

Registration deadlines in New York passed months ago—but many voters say they didn’t know.

Posted on Apr 12, 2016 READ MORE



Ahead of New York Primary, Bernie Sanders Calls Hillary Clinton’s Judgment ‘Clearly Lacking’ (Video)

Sen. Sanders made the comment on “Meet the Press” in the wake of his double-digit win Saturday in the Wyoming caucus.

Posted on Apr 10, 2016 READ MORE



Bernie Sanders and Ted Cruz Win in Wisconsin

Just a few weeks ago, many mainstream pundits were prematurely calling the contest for the Democratic and Republican presidential nominations in favor of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, respectively. On Tuesday night, Bernie Sanders’ and Ted Cruz’s significant wins in the Wisconsin primary showed that the races are far from over.

Posted on Apr 5, 2016 READ MORE



Bernie Sanders Leads in Wisconsin, but Could State’s Voter ID Laws Hurt His Chances?

Law requires that voters present state-issued photo IDs at polls, which could hurt college students—a large part of Sanders’ base.

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Arizona Secretary of State Confirms Election Fraud During Primary Vote

Further enraging state residents, Michele Reagan acknowledged that many voters were given provisional ballots because their party affiliation had been changed without their knowledge.

Posted on Apr 1, 2016 READ MORE



Live Blog: It’s Mountain Time for Presidential Candidates on ‘Western Tuesday’

The news of terrorist attacks in Brussels cast a pall over the presidential primaries and caucuses held Tuesday in Utah, Arizona and Idaho. Update: Clinton and Trump may have taken Arizona, but rivals Cruz and Sanders had major wins in Utah as the latter also took Idaho.

Posted on Mar 22, 2016 READ MORE



Live Blog: Clinton, Trump and Kasich Are Called Winners, Rubio Calls It Quits on Super Tuesday III

How many more Super Tuesdays can there be? After this third go-round, the rally for the GOP nomination may be all but over as Donald Trump claims victory in Marco Rubio’s native Florida, pushing the senator past the breaking point. Also: Kasich and Clinton take big states. Updated: With most of the final results in, Missouri is still too close to call.

Posted on Mar 15, 2016 READ MORE



Bernie Sanders Lands Michigan in Primary Upset, Ted Cruz Takes Idaho (Updated)

Meanwhile, Mississippi voters hand victories to Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, and Trump also adds Hawaii and Michigan to his growing chain of wins.

Posted on Mar 8, 2016 READ MORE



Maine Caucuses Sunday After Bernie Sanders Takes Two of Three on Saturday

After strong wins in Nebraska and Kansas on Saturday, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said Sunday that he is gaining momentum with voters across the board.

Posted on Mar 6, 2016 READ MORE


An Inside Look at the Minnesota Caucuses

Know the difference between a caucus and a primary? How are Minnesotans picking their winners this Super Tuesday?

Posted on Mar 1, 2016 WATCH & LISTEN



Super Tuesday Live-Blog: A Super-Sized Day of Reckoning for Candidates in 12 States (Updated)

Sen. Ted Cruz may have a lock on Texas, but will Donald Trump be the big winner in the Super Tuesday contests? How are things looking on the Democrats’ side? Update: The results are in, showing some unexpected victories and losses. Take a look at the numbers and watch some of the candidates’ victory speeches.

Posted on Mar 1, 2016 READ MORE



As Super Tuesday Progresses, Bernie Sanders Digs In for the Long Haul

The Vermont senator’s February fundraising hit more than $42 million, more than any other presidential candidate has raised in a single month so far in 2016.

Posted on Mar 1, 2016 READ MORE



Sanders: ‘We Have Enormous Momentum’ Going Into South Carolina

The Democratic presidential candidate shakes off his narrow Nevada loss to Hillary Clinton with a rally in Columbia, S.C., as campaign contributions keep pouring in.

Posted on Feb 21, 2016 READ MORE



Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump Prevail in New Hampshire Primary

This time, the projections were correct: On Tuesday evening, Republican candidate Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders were named the winners of the New Hampshire presidential primary—and they both won big.

Posted on Feb 9, 2016 READ MORE



VIDEO: GOP Candidates’ Fates on the Line in New Hampshire

Jeb Bush brought his mom and brother out to rally for his cause during the lead-up to Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary, but will their combined dynastic powers be enough to keep him in the running for the 2016 presidential contest?

Posted on Feb 9, 2016 READ MORE



You Say You Want a Revolution? Young Americans to Bernie Sanders: Count Me In!

Bernie Sanders’ youth-powered bid for the presidency is more than just a campaign: It’s a reflection of a rising passion among Americans for a new political life.

Posted on Feb 4, 2016 READ MORE



Rallying for Bernie Sanders, Seminar-Style

Pundits say voter anger is what characterizes this year’s presidential race, but it was a different story at a recent Sanders campaign gathering in Beverly Hills, where the candidate’s supporters quietly sought serious answers to issues including health insurance, fracking and campaign finance.

Posted on Jan 25, 2016 READ MORE



Donald Trump Rides a Big Wave of Disgust

For Democrats who might be rooting for the Republican presidential contender, thinking he would be easy to beat in November, I have some advice: Be careful what you wish for.

Posted on Jan 11, 2016 READ MORE


VIDEO: Chris Hedges and Ralph Nader on the Complicity of Bernie Sanders

“If he doesn’t go electorally in a serious way to win, then [Bernie Sanders] is setting up millions of Americans, and young Americans, for a huge morale collapse,” Nader explains.

Posted on Nov 10, 2015 WATCH & LISTEN



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Mississippi Republican Barely Wins Primary Thanks to Black Democrats

In one of the most impoverished, backwater, diehard conservative states in the union, Republican Sen. Thad Cochran found himself leaning, and leaning hard, on Mississippi’s African-American voters to just barely beat his primary challenger, Chris McDaniel.

Posted on Jun 24, 2014 READ MORE


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Romney Blasts Obama’s Rhetoric as Editors Look On

Mitt Romney sure is acting like a man who has it in the bag, and he practically does after racking up more wins lately in the GOP primary sweepstakes. That means, of course, that it’s time to show President Obama what he’s got, and on Wednesday he threw down by accusing Obama of ... “rhetorical excess.” Wait, what?

Posted on Apr 4, 2012 READ MORE



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Why Can’t Ron Paul Get More Traction?

He doesn’t lack enthusiastic supporters, nor is his campaign short on cash, and he’s galvanized scores of younger voters. So why isn’t Ron Paul able to clinch the Republican presidential nomination—or even come within spitting distance—this time around?

Posted on Mar 28, 2012 READ MORE



AP / Mark Duncan

Rep. Dennis Kucinich Loses His Seat in Congress

His is one of the strongest progressive voices in national politics, and he just lost his job to fellow Democrat Rep. Marcy Kaptur in an awkward primary showdown on Super Tuesday.

Posted on Mar 7, 2012 READ MORE


Romney and the South Carolina Conundrum

Can Mitt Romney be dislodged as the fragile but disciplined front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination? If he can, South Carolina is the best bet for the role of spoiler.

Posted on Nov 2, 2011 READ MORE



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Sanders: Let a Real Progressive Challenge Obama

Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., on Friday gave voice to the frustration of millions of American liberals who feel betrayed by President Obama’s eagerness to abandon key social welfare programs established and preserved by his Democratic predecessors. (more)

Posted on Jul 25, 2011 READ MORE


The Strange Death of Moderate Republicanism

After two decades in which moderates fled a party increasingly dominated by its right wing, the Republican primary electorate has been reduced to nothing but its right wing.

Posted on Sep 15, 2010 READ MORE


Scary Primary Results

Partisan Democrats are delighted about Christine O’Donnell’s Republican primary victory over Rep. Mike Castle in the race for the open Delaware Senate seat. I’m despondent.

Posted on Sep 15, 2010 READ MORE



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Tea Party Mobilizes for Primary Battles

In the lead-up to November’s midterm elections, there have been signs in some states that moderate Republican candidates might face considerable challenges from tea party contenders.  (continued)

Posted on Sep 14, 2010 READ MORE



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Underdog Rides Tea Party Express in Alaska Primary

In a twist of primary fate on Tuesday, Alaskan Sen. Lisa Murkowski’s future standing was thrown into question by one Joe Miller, who built up steam for his anti-big-government cause, even in a state known for scoring major federal funding ... (continued)

Posted on Aug 25, 2010 READ MORE


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AP / Michael Dwyer

Brewer Riding High After SB 1070

In the months leading up to SB 1070’s passing, Jan Brewer was seen as just a fill-in as Arizona governor and a laggard in the coming election for the post. Now after signing the anti-immigrant legislation, she is enjoying success within the party and is considered a certainty to win the state’s GOP primary in two weeks.

Posted on Aug 8, 2010 READ MORE


Left, Right & Center

‘Left, Right & Center’: Primaries Galore

This week’s episode of “Left, Right & Center” features two special guests—Lawrence O’Donnell as moderator and David Frum as Tony Blankley’s right-wing substitute—for a virtual round table on ... (continued)

Posted on Jun 11, 2010 WATCH & LISTEN


Brown

A Very Jerry Primary Party: Brown Readies for Battle With Meg Whitman

California Attorney General Jerry Brown is making his play to once again become governor of the Golden State, and he stepped out Tuesday night at Club Nokia in downtown Los Angeles to extoll the value of ... (continued)

Posted on Jun 9, 2010 WATCH & LISTEN



Meg Whitman 2010 / Max Morse (CC-BY)

It Cost Meg Whitman Only $81 Million to Buy a Shot at the Mansion

Former eBay CEO Meg Whitman has promised voters to apply her business savvy to running the state that roughly one-tenth of Americans call home. She can start by explaining why she had to spend $81 million, most of it hers, to win the Republican nomination for governor of California. Her opponent, Steve Poizner, spent $25 million.

Posted on Jun 9, 2010 READ MORE


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