Democratic National Chair and U.S. Rep. Deborah Wasserman Schultz (D-Weston) is among several Florida politicians from both parties that are under fire for taking millions in contributions from the predatory payday lending industry.Read more
Just days before the Democratic National Convention gets underway in Philadelphia, American politics will be on display across the pond at the Cannes Film Festival with the May 16 premiere of “Clinton Cash.”Read more
The Clinton Campaign’s message returns to the airwaves after a brief hiatus, according to the New York Times.
The campaign reportedly bought about $175,000 worth of television time in Kentucky, this week, the first purchases since Clinton primary wins in the Mid-Atlantic states on April 26.Read more
Maine Democrats voted at the state convention Saturday to limit the power of super delegates to freely pick whichever Democratic candidate they wish.Read more
American voters continue to have trouble believing Hillary Clinton speaks the truth, according to a May 6 update to a rolling poll conducted by Reuters.Read more
Senator Bernie Sanders’ fight for the Democratic nomination will be aided by the addition of 100,900 new voters and 84,800 voters switching to Democrat, all in order to vote in the Oregon Primary on May 17.Read more
Democratic presidential hopeful Senator Bernie Sanders is leading recent polls for the May 10 West Virginia primary, according to a Public Policy Polling survey.
The May 3 poll had Sanders in the lead 45 percent to Secretary Hillary Clinton’s 37 percent with Democratic and independent voters, with 18 percent undecided.
Recently the nice folks at www.break.com provided that comic relief with a re-imagining of the Seinfeld TV series with Senator Bernie Sanders’ head and voice replacing George Costanza in the popular 1990s series..Read more
The Hillary campaign is keeping the lion’s share of the money raised, with a meager 1 percent actually making it way back into state party coffers.Read more
Senator Bernie Sanders pledged to continue to push for the Democratic Party presidential nomination on Sunday, despite a steep uphill climb to catch fellow Democrat Hillary Clinton in the delegate count.Read more