For the time being, let’s all take a minute to calm down and hold off on packing for Canada.
Kaine is more complex than he appears (which really, really isn’t difficult) — there’s stuff to like, there’s stuff to question.
As the face of the DNC/Democratic “establishment” that just got busted for some pretty anti-Bernie plotting, Wasserman Schultz is set to step down at the end of this week’s convention.
Now, she’s headed to the Democratic National Convention with her ticket officially decided.
Everyone expects some weird stuff to go down at the Republican National Convention — I mean, that’s just a given. But with the first female presidential candidate for a major…
Christie’s biggest mistake in his fun game of make-believe was failing to realize he’s the last person who should be touting these claims against Clinton’s character.
To West, Stein is the “only progressive woman in the race.”
After months of putting it off and trying to somewhat stay in the presidential race, he pulled the plug.
This year’s convention is all about millennials.
Expect some serious medical and economic gains from “policies that will allow more research on marijuana,” and “laws to allow legal marijuana businesses to exist without uncertainty.”
Stein’s offer comes at a time of increasing interest in third-party options, and ahead of Sanders’ expected endorsement of Clinton this week.
Obligatory reminder that the all-out circus act of unfortunate options that the presidential election has become should be a nice prompt to pay even more attention to local and state…