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Closest Races

This is it: Our top 10 most competitive races—for governor, House, and Senate. These are all toss-up contests, where the winners will determine whether Democrats can take back control of the US House and Senate and wield power in some...
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Country Over Party

One more way women are making their mark on this historic election is in the wave of veterans who are poised to sweep into office. You wouldn’t expect women who have served their country in combat to shy away from...
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Republicans Are Getting a Boost

It’s shocking but true: Republican Senate candidates are getting a boost from the fight to put Brett Kavanaugh on the Supreme Court. This is bad news for our candidates in the tightest Senate races. We have to push back on...
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Supreme Court

Yesterday’s vote was shameful, but one thing feels good: We can count on Democratic women to do the right thing. Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, down in the polls and running for re-election in a state that voted for Trump by more...
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Rainbow Wave

You’ve heard this already: In 2018, a record-breaking number of women are running in US House and Senate races—262, to be exact. And that statistic holds true across many different demographic groups. This week, we’ve already highlighted the historic wave...
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No Distractions

Election Day is 35 short days away! The news continues to swirl around the Supreme Court, but we can’t let it distract us. The only thing that matters in this final stretch is helping Democrats flip seats. That’s why starting...
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Anger into Action

Is there any better reminder of how badly we need more women in the Senate than what's happening in the Judiciary Committee? Dr. Ford’s testimony was calm, composed and credible—but that doesn't matter to the Judiciary Committee’s Republicans. They are...
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Madness

It’s barely Tuesday, and already this week our country has been plunged deeper into crisis. At the Supreme Court, Republicans are barreling ahead with a nominee tainted now by two credible sexual assault allegations. And Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein is...
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27 Years Later

The last five days have left us asking: If there were more women in the Senate, would it have taken this long for a woman accusing a Supreme Court nominee of sexual assault to have a chance to be heard?...
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No More

The Senate Judiciary Committee is scheduled to vote on Brett Kavanaugh tomorrow — and then the full Senate is likely to confirm, changing the Supreme Court’s balance of power for a generation. Democrats have put up a spirited fight, taking...
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