Montana Gov. Steve Bullock will lead the Democratic governors’ campaign arm as it looks to rebound from sweeping losses in the 2014 elections and compete in Republican territory.
The second-place finisher in last month’s election for Vermont governor announced Monday that he is staying in the race, bucking recent history of the losing candidate conceding and leaving the final say up to the state Legislature.
Democrats are turning to Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear, Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt and others to lead a task force to address problems in recent midterm elections.
Local radio hosts in Louisiana mocked Sen. Mary Landrieu for giving a poor interview immediately after having the embattled Democrat on the air on Wednesday.
The midterm elections may be over, but for President Barack Obama, the fundraising hasn’t stopped.
After a week of protests surrounding the Ferguson grand jury decision we know for sure nothing is going to change for Ferguson or for any black American in this country.
A Ready for Hillary strategy meeting at the Sheraton Hotel in New York’s Times Square late last week drew hundreds of Democratic donors, strategists and politicians, who talked transition strategy behind closed doors.
Democrats narrowed the list of contenders for their 2016 national convention to three cities on Monday, announcing the party’s next presidential candidate will be formally nominated in New York City, Philadelphia or Columbus, Ohio.
As a 2016 presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton would likely inherit a damaged Democratic Party—and as a former member of the Obama administration, she would struggle with the consequences of the president’s go-it-alone governance.
Former Virginia Senator Jim Webb says he has formed an exploratory committee to consider a campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2016.