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Open thread #1 on Day 1 of Democratic Nat'l Convention
A challenge agenda for the new Democratic National Committee chair
One silver lining to Trump's win: Democrats could win key governors' races for 2020s redistricting
Democrats eye 2018 gubernatorial races to stage comeback over next several years
Trump's GOP takeover means party's future will be inextricably linked to him
How do you even begin to fix a Democratic Party this f'd up? Primaries could be a start
No, we don't need a 'positive message.' NO worked for Republicans, it'll work even better for us
Progressive groups prep to unleash all-out assault on Trump's Supreme Court pick
Khizr Khan pledges to help Democrats take back the House: 'I will walk barefoot to every district'
Nobody likes you Donald. Well, except for non-college whites. How long will that firewall hold?
View from the Left: GOP representatives in Clinton districts stonewall their constituents
Republicans have found their boogeyman for 2018. And it's ... Elizabeth Warren?
Republicans could see catastrophic losses in 2018's gubernatorial races if Trump sparks a backlash
Nevada Sen. Dean Heller is too much of a coward to comment on Trumpcare
Here are the governorships the Republicans want to go from blue to red
Democrats are ready to turn Trumpcare into 2018 victories
Hey, House Republicans, new poll shows that even your voters hate Trumpcare
Republicans have found their boogeyman for 2018 and he's a she, of course
GA-06: Where anti-Trump grassroots energy is transforming electoral politics for Democrats
Anti-Trumpcare ad will greet seven House Republicans home for recess
Republicans in competitive districts avoid town halls like the plague after healthcare debacle
Energized by the resistance, surge of progressives express interest in running for office
Suburban Republicans have a sad about their party's failures, and it could be good news for 2018
Sorry, Mitch: Senate Republicans are having a little recruitment trouble for 2018
View from the Left: Signs the force will be with Democrats in 2018
Just because you're retiring, Jason Chaffetz, doesn't mean you don't have to 'do your job' now
Senate Democrats see surge in fundraising: 'Democratic donors are itching for the next fight'
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