A Democratic gubernatorial candidate in Maryland made history today by giving us what appears to be the first political ad to feature a same-sex kiss from a candidate. Even better? It made its debut during, of all places, Fox & Friends.
You would think that the Republican Party being in control of the entire federal government would mean conservative infighting might cool off a bit. You would be wrong.
Indiana Rep. Todd Rokita is leaving his safe Congressional seat to run for Senate against one-term Democratic Sen. Joe Donnelly, a real chance for Republicans to pick up a seat in the Senate even if Democrats take back the House in a wave. But first, Rokita has to win a highly-competitive primary, and boy oh boy is he…
This piece is part of Splinter’s series The New Guard, where we interview progressive candidates who are running in 2018 midterm races across the country to shake up the Democratic Party establishment.
The heavily pro-Trump seat in Pennsylvania that Republicans recently lost is turning out to be just the beginning of their problems in that state.
Tuesday night’s special election in Pennsylvania’s 18th congressional district technically still undecided, but Democrat Conor Lamb has declared victory in a district Donald Trump won by 20 points in 2016.