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Yesterday 10:48 am
“Let Beto Speak”: Texans Desperately Need an Alternative to NRA Republicans
Beto O’Rourke interrupted the state’s gun apologists on Wednesday, showing he knows exactly how to run for governor of a state plagued by mass shootings.
Yesterday 5:30 am
The Latest Act in New York’s Redistricting Circus Is a Killer
For national Democrats counting on the state’s redistricting to help hold the House, the latest electoral maps, which pit progressives against each other in several districts, are a real gut punch.
Yesterday 5:00 am
The DCCC and the DSCC Are Not On Our Side
We won’t come close to the changes this country desperately needs unless progressives transform the Democratic Party from within.
Robert L. Borosage
May 17, 2022
The Supreme Court Just Streamlined the Process for Bribing Senators
Ted Cruz manufactured a case to upend anti-corruption provisions, and it worked.
April 15, 2022
Brian Benjamin’s Resignation Is a Gift to New York Progressives
With New York’s lieutenant governor out of action, the path to power for veteran activist Ana María Archila just got a lot easier. But only if supporters can raise the funds that will allow her to compete effectively.
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March 15, 2022
New York’s Lieutenant Governor’s Race Has a New Addition: Competition
Though the role has little power, in recent years the state’s governors-in-waiting have often moved up. Can Ana María Archila make the road from activist to statewide office?
March 14, 2022
And the Winner of a Safe Seat in Congress Is… Elise Stefanik!
Donald Trump’s upstate cheerleader turns out to be one of the chief beneficiaries of New York State’s congressional redistricting.
February 11, 2022
Nina Turner Is Still Mad As Hell, and Running for Congress (Again)
If you thought the former Ohio state senator and Bernie Sanders surrogate was going to quietly fade into the background after her primary loss last year, think again.
A. Bryan Johnson
September 23, 2021
Has Big Pharma Bought Enough Democrats to Derail Biden’s Plan?
If Democrats allow the party’s Manchinema wing to derail prescription drug pricing reforms, they could lose their ability to govern.
September 20, 2021
Fighting Inequality After Occupy Wall Street
Policies to address America’s enormous wealth disparities are now on the political map in a way they weren’t before Occupy Wall Street.