DemDaily: Swing States’ Standing
In presidential politics, a “Swing State,” or battleground state, is a state where no single candidate or party has the majority support to secure that state’s electoral college...
DemDaily: This Week In Jokes
Election news dominates the news cycle every four years — and this year, more than ever before — also provides the late night hosts with unlimited content. For a little reprieve from...
DemDaily: Steady and Stumped
Last night voters got their first taste of the debate season, watching both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump field questions about their qualifications at the Commander in Chief Forum hosted by...
DemDaily: Back to School
Members of Congress joined many of the nation’s children in returning “back to school” yesterday.
DemDaily: Labor’s Day
For most people Labor Day weekend signals the unofficial end of summer, the last trip to the beach or the beginning of the school year.
DemDaily: SCOTUS Stands for Voting Rights
On Wednesday, the US Supreme Court dealt a blow to Republican voter suppression efforts by refusing to reinstate a restrictive North Carolina law that would have have required voters to produce a...
DemDaily: Incumbents on Top
Despite the anti-establishment fervor this election cycle, incumbents carried the day in yesterday’s primaries in Arizona and Florida.
DemDaily: The Next Two Weeks!
Ten Weeks Out and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, her running mate Tim Kaine, and many other high profile members of Team Clinton are out on the campaign trail!
DemDaily: The Gubernatorial Count
In addition to the 435 House and 34 Senate races that are up in 2016, there are twelve Gubernatorial races (plus Puerto Rico and American Samoa) that may impact or be impacted by the presidential...
DemDaily: The Top Ten
Republicans currently control the US House of Representatives – 247 seats to the Democrats’ 186 (two vacancies in Pennsylvania 2nd CD and Hawaii 1st CD).