Former President Barack Obama plans to stay out of the Democratic primary, but he will be working at the convention to unite the party.
Bloomberg’s money and connections are manipulating Democrats, who are so desperate to defeat Trump they seem willing to jump into bed with a man who not so long ago dissed Barack Obama, hung out with Rudy Giuliani, and was a Republican advocating for harmful and racist stop and frisk policies.
If the Trump presidency has taught us anything, it's that politics shouldn't be modeled after a reality show. We shouldn’t substitute popularity and name recognition for knowledge and expertise.
Clinton made history because besides defeating her worthy opponent, she won the nomination despite Republican attacks over the past 23 years.
Bernie Sanders no longer has his sights set on winning over superdelegates or trying to snag the nomination at the convention.
Bernie Sanders campaign has no plans to try to flip superdelegates to his side.
Hillary Clinton has officially earned enough delegates to make history as the first woman to lead a major party ticket.
Democrats are not prone to demean a fellow Democrat’s character and it is an inclination many Democrats wish Senator Sanders would embrace.
"If you were designing the perfect target for Republicans in November, you’d create Bernie Sanders."
The news that the Bernie Sanders campaign will layoff 300 staffers is another omen that suggests that the race for the Democratic nomination is virtually over.
According to exit polling of Democratic primary voters in Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Connecticut, more than 80% of Democrats said that they will support the Democratic nominee in the fall whether it is Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's southern surge crested tonight with a huge win in the North Carolina Democratic primary tonight.
As no small number of pundits, reporters, and opinion columnists have noted for months, it is just downright dangerous to even remark about the Democratic race for the presidential nomination.
In her sharpest contrast with her Democratic opponent yet, Hillary Clinton accused Bernie Sanders of not being able to deliver on his proposals because his solutions aren't based in political reality.
We were set for a primary where the issues actually get coverage because there would be no mud. That all changed yesterday, when along came former Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley.
It's official. In a video message to supporters, Hillary Clinton announced that she is hitting the road to earn your vote in her bid to be the next President Of The United States.
One election where a Democratic seat was flipped red was Montana's District 32 State House race. The Republican, Gilbert Bruce Meyers, was convicted of assault on a minor and sentenced to four years in prison.
Two days after losing in Mississippi's US Senate Republican primary runoff election, State Senator Chris McDaniel is still refusing to concede to the winner, incumbent Senator Thad Cochran.
Only one of the five Democratic candidates seems worthy of support from progressives, liberals and centrists interested in flipping the seat from red to blue. That candidate is El Paso attorney Maxey Scherr.
Tom Brower, a five term Democratic State Representative in Hawaii, has launched a personal crusade against the homeless in his district. He is crusading against the homeless, not against homelessness.