Harry Reid may be the only person who can keep the Democrats from killing one another before selecting a nominee. But will he live long enough to do it?
With Kamala Harris out of the race, the Democrats have an image problem
On paper, he’s exactly what many Democratic voters say they want.
The former Massachusetts governor is a talented politician. Is he too late to prove that to primary voters?
Alumni of the Obama administration love Joe Biden. But some of them think that Deval Patrick is better equipped to win the presidency.
The former vice president still appears to be the Democratic front-runner. So why does everyone say his campaign is doomed?
How much do votes cost?
Senator Tim Kaine reflects on what it took to make his commonwealth bluer than Massachusetts.
It’s strange. But it’s not an accident.
This year, the Millennial mayor became a household name. Now how does he translate that into votes?
Nearly everything the 44th president has said since leaving office has been interpreted as a condemnation of his successor.
Tom Perez, the head of the Democratic National Committee, needs to please the various factions of his party without catering to any of them.
His recent heart attack has given his effort a new message—and has brought his supporters home.
She’s presented herself as the truth-teller, the straight-talker, the one who can break down complex economic ideas and bring nonprogressives along.
Tom Steyer, the outsider billionaire candidate, will make his debate-stage debut tonight.
A former CIA analyst, Representative Elissa Slotkin of Michigan changed her mind on impeachment after Trump’s Ukraine phone call, leading her party to follow her lead.
As President Trump lashes out at legal attacks, the senator from California sees an opportunity to remind voters that she was once a respected lawyer.
The 2020 hopeful says Democrats need to think hard about which plans they can pass, not just which ones they can propose.
Members of the Clinton diaspora are pleading with the Montana governor to stay in the race, even if the rest of the country doesn’t know who he is.
The candidates hate them. The campaigns hate them. The press hates them. For once in American politics, there’s a consensus.