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Democrats weigh how to best help Alabama Senate candidate Doug Jones
As Republicans continue to disagree about how best to pivot in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations against Roy Moore , Democrats in Washington D.C. have largely decided to stay clear from the Alabama special election next month and let their party’s nominee, Doug Jones, run his own campaign.
How Trump has weighed in, or not, on 2017 elections
As Democrats celebrated sweeping victories in state and local races across the United States Tuesday, at least one Republican was immediately ready to evaluate what went wrong for the party on Election Day , a year after the GOP captured the White House and maintained control of both houses of
DNC Chairman Tom Perez cites trends as indication Dems could take the House
Historical trends and promising outcomes of recent elections suggest Democrats could take back the majority in the House of Representatives in 2018, Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez told "The View" today. Perez noted that Democrats are losing, but by encouraging margins, citing the
Trump basks in GOP special election wins at Iowa rally
President Donald Trump on Wednesday night held a campaign-style rally in Iowa, at which he congratulated the Republican winners of Tuesday's special elections in South Carolina and Georgia. He also sent his well wishes to Rep. Steve Scalise , who was injured in last week's shooting in Alexandria,
Democrats' disputes simmer after special election losses
Democrats were left picking up the pieces after spending millions of dollars from the party’s war chest to back a young candidate in a traditionally red district outside Atlanta and pushing hard for their base of supporters from around the country to donate to him too. The loss in the high-profile,
Democratic candidate Jon Ossoff loses Georgia special election
"The View" co-hosts discuss what the election results mean for the Democratic Party.
ANALYSIS: Democrats face disarray after going bust in Georgia
It was supposed to be the race that would give Democrats their groove back, a chance to claim blue turf inside red territory and signal the political perils of Trumpism in districts across the country. But Democrats got the opposite of what they bargained for. Far from putting the Republicans on
Republican defends district in Georgia special election
Republican Karen Handel defeated Democrat Jon Ossoff to succeed Secretary of Health and Human Services Tom Price in Georgia's sixth congressional district.
The Note: Dems bruised by big-money Georgia loss
WHAT TO KNOW TODAY Democrats get a run (but nothing more) for their money: Republican Karen Handel defeated Democrat Jon Ossoff in the Georgia special election, earning her a coveted House seat and earning Democrats bitter disappointment. Republican Ralph Norman also defended a GOP district in the
GOP candidate Handel wins Georgia special election
Republican Karen Handel and Democrat Jon Ossoff battled it out in one of the most expensive congressional races in U.S. history.