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How Sanders' Campaign Compares to Clinton's in 2008

POLITICS | Apr 28
Bernie Sanders insists he will stay in the 2016 race in spite of the odds against him.

Sanders Lags in Delegates but Leads in Likability

POLITICS | By Catherine Lucey and Emily Swanson | Apr 12
Bernie Sanders is still behind when it comes to delegates and votes, but he has one clear advantage over his Democratic and Republican presidential rivals - a lot of people actually like him.

With New York on Their Minds, Democrats Trade Fresh Attacks

POLITICS | By Lisa Lerer and Kathleen Ronayne | Apr 11
Campaigning in the New York City borough of Queens, Clinton assailed Sanders for his mixed record on immigration reforms and said he's struggled to detail his positions on foreign policy and financial regulation.

Democrats Planning Multi-Year Strategy to Recapture Seats

POLITICS | By Ken Thomas and Lisa Lerer | Nov 18
Democrats need to map out a multi-year election strategy to maintain the White House, recapture seats in Congress and in state legislatures and rebuild their bench of candidates.

Challenges Clinton Will Face in First Democratic Debate

POLITICS | Oct 13
Democratic presidential candidates face off Tuesday night for their first debate.

Pelosi Meets With LGBT Leaders in SF

POLITICS | By David-Elijah Nahmod | Sep 13
Passing the federal Equality Act and ending murders of transgender women of color were two issues that House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi heard about during a meeting with local LGBT leaders in San Francisco.

100 Kansas GOP Endorse Democrat for Governor

POLITICS | By John Hanna | Jul 16
Democratic challenger Paul Davis sought Tuesday to give his campaign for Kansas governor a bipartisan boost by announcing endorsements from more than 100 moderate Republicans who've split with conservative GOP Gov. Sam Brownback

Texas Dems Unveil Pro-LGBT Platform: Ban Conversion Therapy

POLITICS | By Bobby McGuire | Jul 2
The Texas Democratic Party is putting gay rights front and center this November at the ballot box with a platform that calls for a ban on gay conversion therapy for minors, marriage equality and employment non-discrimination.

In Switch, Gay Rights Issue Now Favoring Democrats

POLITICS | By Nicholas Riccardi | May 24
It wasn’t all that long ago that Republicans used gay marriage as a tool to drive Election Day turnout. But as public opinion on the issue has turned and courts strike down same-sex marriage bans, gay rights is evolving into a wedge issue for Democrats.

Half of Millennials More Likely to Lean Democratic

POLITICS | By Jesse J. Holland | Mar 7
Young adults like to think of themselves as independent, but when it comes to politics, they’re more likely than not to lean to the left.

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