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DemDaily: Making The Stage

DemDaily: Making The Stage

August 28, 2019 The deadline for qualifying for the Democratic National Committee’s third Democratic primary debate is tonight and, although yet to be formally announced, participants have...

DemDaily: Download from the Road

DemDaily: Download from the Road

August 26, 2019 The Democratic National Committee’s Summer meeting in San Francisco wrapped up on Saturday and DemList is on the road back to HQ in Washington, DC. In the interest of keeping...

DemDaily: DNC Doubles Down

DemDaily: DNC Doubles Down

August 24, 2019 The final day of the Democratic National Committee meeting in San Francisco, stretched an hour late into the afternoon as members debated the issue that dominated the three-day...

DemDaily: Biden Maintains Momentum

DemDaily: Biden Maintains Momentum

August 2, 2019 The second night of the second Democratic presidential debate proved to be an intense and often combative event that served as a forum for individual contenders to stand in the...

DemDaily: Second Debate, Round One

DemDaily: Second Debate, Round One

July 31, 2019 Round one of the second Democratic presidential debate was a much more disciplined, substantive and passionate event than debate one, providing a voice for all the contenders in a...

DemDaily: Tonight’s Debate

DemDaily: Tonight’s Debate

July 30, 2019 Tonight kicks off the second Democratic primary debate, one of 12 official party debates over the course of the 2020 presidential cycle. The first ten of 20 primary contenders...