Monthly Archives: January 2018
"It's not like I'm going to shout 'You lie!' or something,” said Randy Bryce, a union organizer who is Rep. Paul D. Ryan's most likely election opponent.
While Trump’s personality frequently shifts, so, too, do some top Republicans. One day, they engage in bitter fights with the president. The next, they drift into a deep swoon.
Senate Majority PAC and Majority Forward edged out comparable GOP groups, but were still at a cash disadvantage heading into 2018.
Some see the ascension of Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.), a constitutional law expert, as a sign of how seriously House Democrats are preparing for a legal showdown with the president. Others are steering clear of the issue.
Jess O’Connell is leaving the job after less than a year, in the latest shake-up for an organization that has won of a string of elections while struggling with internal divisions.
Christine Levinson will be the guest of Rep. Ted Deutch (D-Fla.), who recently introduced legislation to punish Iran for hostage-taking.
The influential Koch network is preparing for a tough 2018 battle to defend Republican majorities in Congress.
Rep. Maxine Waters will respond at the top of a BET news special, and former congresswoman Donna F. Edwards will deliver an address on behalf of the Working Families Party.
Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-N.J.) represents suburbs and exurbs of New York City that had long voted solidly Republican. The announcement gives a boost to Democratic hopes of winning back the House.
The ad slams the Democratic leader for referring to employee bonuses that some companies gave in the wake of the tax overhaul as “crumbs."