Democrats in the Senate fumed this week as Republicans blocked another of President Barack Obama’s nominees to sit on a federal appeals court, the third woman in a series of legislative obstructions. Members of the Senate Democratic caucus have even… Continue reading
The 2013 Hispanic Values Survey was recently released and shows strong for Democrats. I’m proud to say that our elected Democrats and the new candidates for 2014 support legislation that benefits minorities, such as comprehensive immigration reform with a path … Continue reading
This week I began researching the individuals who filed with the FEC as a Democratic candidate for President in 2016. Why investigate Democratic candidates? Because all candidates for office should be thoroughly vetted. Teapublicans stopped caring about vetting candidates when … Continue reading
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Jobs4Dems, a free service by All Things Democrat, is now open and ready for employers to post jobs for Democrats. If you have campaign positions to fill for the 2014 election cycle, feel free to post them anytime. The site … Continue reading
This is the first in a series of reporting on Congressional, Senatorial, and Gubernatorial Democratic Candidates running in 2013 and 2014. Mike Quigley is serving his third term in Illinois’ 5th district upon winning a special election in 2009 to replace … Continue reading
Only two days after her announcement, Republicans are already beginning to publicly show their disapproval of Liz Cheney’s decision to run for a Senate seat in Wyoming next year as she attempts to replace Mike Enzi. A popular Republican strategist … Continue reading
Throughout history, human rights have been challenged and fought for by heroes, some of whom we still remember today and some who remain unnamed. In a changing and growing world, we often take the rights we see for granted and … Continue reading
Florida Governor Rick Scott is apparently trailing two 2014 challengers by only 10 points in his re-election bid. That number is actually a 6 point improvement from 3 months ago, meaning he is starting to catch up to his greatest … Continue reading
Newark Mayor Cory Booker officially announced his candidacy on Saturday for the special election to finish the late Sentator Frank Lautenberg’s term. This ends months of speculation by New Jerseyans on the future of a man who is a bit … Continue reading
Joan Walsh at Salon hits the nail on the head – if Senate Democrats can’t grow a pair and do what needs to be done on filibuster reform, they have no business representing us. It may be time to find … Continue reading