Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is slated to go up in a debate against the only Democratic opponent who has consistently been polling ahead of him, former Vice President Joe Biden.
So far, National Popular Vote has been approved by blue states — and only blue states. Many Democratic state senators seem driven by Clinton’s loss: Democrats couldn’t win the Electoral College. Now the system must go.
There are plenty of unelected federal judges presiding over these redistricting cases who will enthusiastically toss out constitutionally drawn maps to help elect more Democrats. That’s exactly what happened recently in both Michigan and Ohio.
Why would Pelosi and others on the left want to give high school children — hardly known for deep wisdom and sound judgment — a vote? A new poll perhaps demonstrates why.
Democratic Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren announced Monday at a CNN town hall in Mississippi that she wants to get rid of the Electoral College.
Democratic Massachusetts Rep. Ayanna Pressley introduced the legislation Tuesday evening as an amendment to House Democrats’ “For The People Act,”which would overhaul federal election laws.
Kudos to the Vermont Senate for passing a bill requiring that Senate districts “shall have a maximum of three members.”
The Boston Globe Editorial Board endorsed Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts for re-election in the Senate in October, but took a different stance Thursday when it comes to her potential White House run.
Ohio Republican Gov. John Kasich on Wednesday and Thursday will meet with supporters and attend several events in New Hampshire.
GOP Maine Rep. Bruce Poliquin and three activists filed a lawsuit Tuesday protesting the state’s ranked-choice voting system that was used in Maine’s midterm elections.
Former Speaker of the U.S. House Tip O’Neill used to say that “all politics is local.” This may have been true in his time as speaker, but it is not true anymore, especially in Vermont.