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Five Democrats have made the primary ballot in the special election to fill the seat left vacant when the Massachusetts House voted to expel former Rep. Carlos Henriquez. The election for the 5th Suffolk District will be held April 29...The
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid isn't budging on a proposal to hike the minimum wage to $10.10 an hour. But not all of his Democratic colleagues are following their leader on the issue, which is key to the party's election-year messaging. In fact,
On Tuesday former President Bill Clinton started his personal campaign to elect Democrats in the South and help his party keep control of the U.S. Senate, casting the Republicans as obstructionist and highlighting issues like raising the minimum wage.
Former Pennsylvania Auditor General Jack Wagner says he's running for the Democratic nomination for governor after all. Mr. Wagner confirmed today that his supporters are gathering voters' signatures for his nomination petition and predicted they
Sen. Amy Klobuchar said she's excited about the possibility of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton running for president in 2016...Last year, all of the female Democratic senators signed a letter to Clinton encouraging her to run for president.
With less than a year left in her fourth and final term in Congress, it's a little early for an exit interview, but not too early to get the views of Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) on issues dear to a "founding mother" of the Tea Party movement and on
Charlie Baker says he learned the art of politics around the kitchen table watching his Democratic mother and Republican father hash out the issues of the day...They were trying to get somewhere,'' said Baker, a Republican making his second bid for
News about Seattle and King County government as well as national politics. Hillary would make a tremendous president: Petraeus Hillary Clinton opposed the 2007 U.S. troop surge in Iraq, but the general who commanded the operation is enthusiastic
With a large majority of Hispanics in the state, Sen. Rand Paul warned his fellow Republicans in Houston that if they don’t make a deliberate effort to bring a change, Texas could soon become a Democratic leaning state. While
One of them is that the financial deck is stacked against their candidates and causes. Reid Wilson at the Washington Post attempted to explain it all on Friday. On the plus side, at least he didn't try to pretend, as Evan Halper at the Los Angeles