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Democrats need to win seats like the Minnesota 2nd congressional district in 2018

Jeff Erdmann, a Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN high school football coach, has announced he will be seeking the Democratic-Farmer-Labor party (DFL) nomination for the Minnesota 2nd congressional district in 2018. First-term Republican Jason Lewis currently holds the seat. He is a … Continue reading

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House Republicans are hiding from their constituents over TrumpCare

POLITICO cited a crowd-sourced database called TownHallProject to report that “only 14 of the 217 House Republicans who voted for the TrumpCare bill – less than 7 percent — are listed as holding town halls with their constituents.” Presumably they mean … Continue reading

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Liberal group targets new healthcare attack ads at 24 unlucky GOP lawmakers

Revenge is best served cold and GOP lawmakers are going to get a heapin’ helpin’ from Democrats and Democratic affiliated groups who will now have their chance to use health care reform as a blunt instument with which to beat … Continue reading

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What did the American Health Care Act just do to the midterm electoral map?

Democrats know what it means to wear a problematic piece of health care legislation, and now Republicans may be about to find out. On Thursday, with a vote of 217-213, the GOP passed the American Health Care Act and now, … Continue reading

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High level of interest by Democratic candidates for the 2018 midterms

Is it a good time to be a Democratic candidate for the House? A lot of people seem to think so, as the party is seeing a dramatic increase in the number of candidates entering the 2018 House races. Perhaps … Continue reading

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