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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Democratic Party
When superrich Republican Bruce Rauner decided to run for governor of Illinois, it was clear this wouldn't be the kind of race the state was accustomed to. Rauner, who made his fortune as a venture capitalist, was new to campaigning and bragged of being beholden to no one. He came out swinging at entrenched special interests and "government union bosses" with an intensity not seen before.
State Sen. Martin Nesbitt, who this week stepped down as minority leader because of illness, died Thursday. He was 67.
It's not often that so many incredible — even laughable — stories come along all in the same week, so let's not waste one moment before we jump right in.
A longtime prosecutor in southeast Alabama says he's leaving the Democratic Party to become a Republican.
With leading conservatives gathered just outside Washington this week, Democrats have a launched an all-out public-relations offensive aimed at convincing moderate voters that the GOP is now run by "fringe" elements on the far right.
Santa Fe voters have chosen former state Democratic Party Chairman Javier Gonzales over two opponents to serve as mayor of the northern New Mexico city for the next four years.
A building materials company headed by Tom Wolf, the York County Democrat who is running for governor, has released financial information after The Associated Press asked his campaign to document one of its central themes: that the company shares profits with its employees.
President Barack Obama on Wednesday urged Massachusetts Democrats to focus on this fall's midterm elections including boosting turnout, and to pass the hope of opportunity to future generations.
In order to survive and thrive, every society must have some standards of moral conduct. Before its founding and throughout its history, this country has used the Ten Commandments to guide its judgments, and doing so has made us the envy of the world.
Illinois' House Speaker and Democratic Party chair has introduced legislation he hopes will lure President Barack Obama to choose Illinois as the site of his presidential library and museum, an effort that could be part of a push later this year to approve a new capital construction bill.
Former Sen. Scott Brown said that all the Democratic Party attacks that have been unleashed against him in recent weeks aimed at driving him from the political stage are really having the opposite effect.
President Barack Obama planned a trip to Boston on Wednesday to help raise money for the Democratic Party.
Two U.S. House seats in the northern Virginia suburbs are open for the first time in decades, but the races to succeed Republican Frank Wolf and Democrat Jim Moran are shaping up very differently.
"Well, it's Friday. It's after 5 o'clock. So, this is now officially happy hour with the Democratic party," the president told his cohorts. "I can do that. It is an executive action. I have the authority."
Since the announcement of her gubernatorial bid last October, Texas Democrat Wendy Davis has seemed to enmesh herself in a new controversy every week.