The responsibility for reuniting the Democrats after a contentious race for the party’s nomination lays squarely at the feet ofRead more
Sen. Bernie Sanders is overwhelmingly the choice of young voters in the upcoming California Presidential Primaries, according to the Public Policy Institute for California newest poll, released on May 25Read more
If you’ve been schlepping away, fighting the good fight to do everything you can to help Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders grab that party nomination, you know there has been one thing missing. That’s right, a catchy theme song. Well that wait is now over.Read more
The Democratic National Committee acknowledged the overwhelming popularity of Democratic president candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders on Monday with five selections to the party’s platform committee.Read more
Close Hillary Clinton associate and Virginia Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe is the subject of an investigation by both the F.B.I. and the Justice Department’s public Integrity unit.Read more
Presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders has a better chance than Democrat foe Hillary Clinton at beating presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump according to a recent Rasmussen polls.Read more
It’s no secret that Hillary Clinton has always touted the two presidential terms of husband and former President Bill Clinton as part of her sales pitch for president, bundling the two of them together as a package deal.Read more
The Alaskan Democratic party closed out its annual convention Sunday with a resolution to end the use of super delegates in the Democratic National Committee’s presidential candidate nomination process.Read more
Supporters of presidential candidate and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders fired a round across the bow of Democratic National Committee Chairperson Debbie Wasserman Schultz this week.
Former U.S. Secretary of Labor under Bill Clinton – and Sanders supporter- Robert Reich, recently posted in Facebook, accusing Wasserman Schultz of overwhelmingly choosing Hillary Clinton supporters for positions in three crucial convention committees, rules, credentials and platform.
Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Bernie Sanders vowed on Saturday to keep fighting for legislation to save health and pension funds for retired coal miners, urging Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky) to join the fight.
According to a Washington Post report published in February, McConnell blocked Senate consideration of a measure that would have ensured more than 90,000 retired and disabled miners would still receive funds from the United Mine Workers of American health insurance and retirement funds.