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Kevin Uhrmacher is a graphics editor for politics covering elections and public policy at The Washington Post. He joined The Post in 2014 as a news designer.
Though many of the districts with retirements will stay in the same party’s hands, some leave behind competitive seats.
The excerpts, provided by former U.S. diplomat to Ukraine Kurt Volker, were released by House Democratic investigators following a 10-hour deposition on Thursday.
Amid disagreements over witnesses and subpoenas, there's no clear indication yet of how long it will take.
The people and events described in the whistleblower complaint.
Democratic support for impeachment has grown in fits and starts, often corresponding to key junctures in the many investigations of President Trump. Here's how the momentum built.
Former housing secretary Julián Castro waged 13 attacks, the most of anyone onstage, according to an analysis of the third Democratic presidential debate.
Here’s which candidates got the most airtime
Every Democrat running for president opposes the Trump doctrine in some way.
We asked Iowa State Fairgoers to circle the candidates they could name.
This chart shows Democrats have succeeded at shrinking GOP margins, and sometimes flipping seats.