Jo Rae Perkins may be a nut, but she won a four-person primary.
We won’t have Hillary Clinton to kick around anymore.
Former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper is the latest entrant into an already crowded Democratic field.
Washington Governor Jay Inslee is running for the Democratic nomination for President on a platform primarily focused on climate change. Whether that helps distinguish him from a growing field of candidates remains to be seen.
The midterm elections are still four months away, but Democrats are already making moves to prepare for the race for their party’s Presidential nomination in 2020.
The calls to “Abolish ICE” are spreading to potential candidates for the 2020 Democratic Presidential nomination.
The Senate appears ready to get rid of another procedural move designed to block judicial nominees.
Senate Democrats are divided on how to approach the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, making it likely that he’ll be confirmed.
There were fireworks on the floor of the Senate last night, but it was really just politics as usual.
If polls are any indication, voters are set to legalize marijuana in five more states on Tuesday.
A purported ‘short list’ of potential running mates for Hillary Clinton is out. Here’s how the candidates stack up.
The Post Office is saying that it will not accept for mail any publication that includes ad for marijuana, even in states where it has been legalized.
Two states and the nation’s capital could have legal marijuana after Tuesday’s elections.
The GOP has a good chance of taking the Senate in 2014, but it will be by a narrow margin.
Preserving the filibuster.
A contrite President Obama offered a “fix” for one of the biggest problems that the PPACA has created.
Harry Reid is supposedly making another run at filibuster reform.
Once again, the filibuster survives. Nobody should be surprised.
Harry Reid appears to be short of the votes he needs to enact filibuster reform.
Once again, Senate Democrats are talking about filibuster reform, but will they actually follow through?
Harry Reid is apparently regretting not going forward with filibuster reform in January 2011.
Worried the GOP might eliminate the filibuster if they gain control of the Senate? Don’t be.
We have a deal in Washington. Now, the leadership just has to make sure it can pass Congress.
The filibuster reform package that Senate Democrats unveiled yesterday has much to recommend to it. Unfortunately, it’s probably doomed.
The abuse of the filibuster is just a symptom of a much wider problem.