DemDaily: Sanders Sweeps Democrats Abroad!
Bernie Sanders swept the Democrats Abroad presidential primary, defeating Hillary Clinton 69% (23,779) to 31% (10,689) in a record turnout for American Democratic voters living overseas.
DemDaily: Calendar & Convention Events!
The Democratic Convention is just four months away and DemList will serve once again as your source for all related events and news. We are in communication with DNCC and party staff, and will be...
The Presidential Polling Problem
The 2016 Presidential may change the future of survey research. Never have so many pollsters been off the mark. Michigan, South Carolina, Iowa, Nevada – why were the numbers so off?
DemDaily: The Count! Where They Stand Now
Last night’s second Super Tuesday brought Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump closer to their Party’s nominations. Both Republicans and Democratics held primary elections in five...
DemDaily: Florida Face-Off: Dems Tonight, Reps Tomorrow
Sanders 49.8% victory over HRC’s 48.3% in Michigan keeps the democratic primary race very much alive – at least through next Tuesday’s 5-state primary.
DemDaily: Five States Up Tonight: The Count!
At stake in today’s five primary and caucus contests: 166 Democratic and 150 Republican delegates. The current count: HRC leads with 672 Delegates to Sanders’ 477. Trump is at 384...
DemDaily: Your Events!
The DemList Calendar is now open to all to submit events for promotion in every state. Just a few rules
DemList Launches Comprehensive National Calendar & Convention Calenar
DemList, America’s most comprehensive free resource for up-to-date information on events surrounding the Democratic Party, presidential primaries and Democratic Convention, is pleased to...
DemDaily: Super Tuesday: What’s At Stake
The first polls are about to close in the biggest primary and caucus day in the 2016 presidential nomination contest. Known as “Super Tuesday,”
DemDaily: Religion & Political Preferences
Although conventional wisdom holds that someone who is not religious cannot be elected president of the United States, religious groups rarely vote for one candidate as a unified bloc.