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Texas Democratic candidate says she’s 'disappointed' in party after DCCC launches attack
Texas congressional candidate Laura Moser says she was shocked when the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee — which tends to reserve its attacks for Republican candidates — released negative research about her recently. “If I was a comic book character, I think my mouth would’ve hit the
Republican gains in secretary of state posts jolt Democrats
Democrats seek to stop losses in secretary of state races, raise money for candidates
House races offer Democrats best shot at claiming a chamber in Congress
Democrats want to take back at least one chamber of Congress this year, and the House of Representatives may be their best shot. The party needs to win 24 seats to make that happen and, as seen in the races below, Democrats are counting on swing districts, those held by retiring or resigned
Race to replace retiring Republicans could mean midterm problems for GOP
Rep. Frank LoBiondo and Rep. Dave Trott are part of a string of moderate Republicans retiring this year. And while LoBiondo’s New Jersey coastal district and Trott’s Northwest Detroit district may appear to have little in common other than they were both carried by Donald Trump in 2016, the race to
Analysis: Midterm clashes set to define Trump era
They will mark the first nationwide referendum on the Trump era. And the 2018 midterm elections promise to carry with them the drama, enthusiasm, frustrations, and wild storylines we’ve come to expect in politics. The election of President Donald Trump and his first year of governing have altered
Texas congressional candidate Laura Moser on DACA, Hurricane Harvey and Women's March
ABC News' Rachel Scott interviews Moser, an outspoken critic of President Donald Trump.
Will Trump mention #metoo at State of the Union?
The reverberations of the #metoo movement have echoed around the country and inspired a record number of women to run for public office. For Trump, it's a complicated issue, political science experts said. He was elected in 2016 after several women publicly complained about his behavior and after
In this year's 'pink wave,' women help women run for office
2017 has been called the year of women, with hundreds turning their anger into activism and, in some cases, a campaign for public office.
In this year's 'pink wave,' women are helping other women run for office
Amid the sea of signs and rose-colored hats at the New Jersey Women's March in Morristown, Mikie Sherrill, there with her daughter, is one of the latest women to throw her hat into the political ring. She's a Democrat running for New Jersey's 11th District Congressional seat. "Right now we are
Matthew Dowd: Shutdown 'complete abject failure in moral and any kind of inspirational leadership'
The Powerhouse Roundtable debates the week in politics and looks back on the president's first year in office on "This Week."