"We need a new strategy. We have never, to my knowledge, had a well-resourced campaign for this seat that prioritized energizing and growing our core base instead of trying to flip someone else’s base. We’re building it, and not only can we win this way, but we’re building a campaign that will help transform the political landscape here in the process."
A coalition of progressive groups protesting Obama's proposed cuts to Social Security, led by Bernie Sanders, will deliver more than two million signatures on petitions today.
A group whose aim is to elect progressive Democrats to Congress released an ad Tuesday hitting Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell for opposing gun control legislation while receiving campaign donations from gun manufacturers. The ad
The Progressive Change Campaign Committee has one of the best ads I've seen in a long time running in Greenbay and Milwaukee, targeting 6 Republicans eligible for recall in Wisconsin. You can go here to support their efforts.
In one of her better segments, Rachel Maddow talked about the fact that the Democratic Party is getting a big reminder this week with just who their base is and that it would do them some good to quit chasing after corporate money and start
In what Lawrence O'Donnell described as one of the sleaziest legislative moves he's ever seen, the Republicans in the Ohio Senate jammed through their union busting SB5, but only after removing two Republicans on two separate committees who were
As I said after his appearance on Meet the Press a few weeks ago, thank you Harry Reid for pushing back against the rhetoric we've been hearing on Social Security. Now it seems he's gone a bit further. Here's more from TPM -- Harry Reid Takes
Adam Green from the Progressive Change Campaign Committee appeared on the Ed Schultz Show to urge everyone to sign their petition asking President Obama to fight and don't cave on extending the Bush tax cuts. You can sign their petition at their web
After Vice President Joe Biden asked the Democratic base to "buck up" and "quit whining" but still be sure to get out and vote in the mid-term elections, the response from a lot of the Democratic base was unsurprisingly less than enthusiastic.
Google and Verizon released a new plan this week for how the Internet should operate (see Susan's post for more background), if they got to rule t
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