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In recent primaries, winners clinched nominations by spending big.
How can progressives build winning campaigns that truly represent the people?
After May 18's primaries, it's clear: despite all the Tea Party talk, there's as much turbulence among Democrats as Republicans.
Nation Editor Katrina vanden Heuvel appears on a panel to discuss the anti-incumbency mood in Congress that has unseated corporate interests over the interests of working people.
Nation editor Katrina vanden Heuvel proposes rocker John
Mellencamp as a successor to Evan Bayh and considers the likelihood of a Republican majority.
Seven ways to frame the 2010 fight for Congress and the statehouses.
Katrina vanden Heuvel sits on a panel questioning GOP frontrunner, Meg Whitman, on her bid for California's gubernatorial seat.
Chris Hayes argues that voters' anti-incumbent attitude is more about anger and frustration with the current economy than political ideology.
Healthcare is in jeopardy, but it's not dead--especially if Democrats drag their feet on swearing in Brown.
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