Articles tagged democrats

What’s Left of the Left? Bernie Sanders’ ‘Our Revolution’

Why now is the weirdly perfect time to "Feel the Bern".

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‘Democrats’: Ruffians, Pretenders, and Outcomes

Camilla Neilsson's brilliant Democrats follows the writing of Zimbabwe's first constitution over three years.

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Democrats get lift from convention; now it’s Republicans’ turn

DENVER - Barack Obama and the Democrats had their moment, and it was a quite a moment. Now America pivots to John McCain and the

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29 Aug 2008 // 2:59 AM

(Olivier Douliery/Abaca Press/MCT) DENVER - On a historic day echoing the dreams of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and John F. Kennedy, Democrat

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24 Aug 2008 // 7:56 AM

DENVER—As they meet for their national convention Monday through Thursday, Democrats are poised to shift their party’s course—and the country’s. They’

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24 Aug 2008 // 7:37 AM

Chances are that Monday’s tribute to Sen. Edward Kennedy at the Democratic National Convention will end with a clip of his pledge to the 1980

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23 Aug 2008 // 12:13 PM

WASHINGTON - Joe Biden is an archetypical veteran Washington politician: Fiercely partisan, combative and glib, but also a senator who’s carefully built a reputation

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Sister Christian: An Open Letter to Hillary Clinton’s Disenchanted Supporters

Obama has, with his résumé, his upbeat tone, and even his nondescript "even Steven" haircut, positioned himself as the metaphorical love child of Al Gore and Will Smith -- the perfect brew of debonair and nerdy that is the only formula possible for a black man trying to win the US Presidency.

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31 Oct 2007 // 2:26 AM

Opponents criticize Clinton on foreign policy

PHILADELPHIA - Early and often, on Iraq, Iran and electability, Hillary Rodham Clinton was sharply criticized by her rivals during a Democratic presidential debate last

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22 Oct 2007 // 1:00 AM

WHEAT RIDGE, Colo.—Steve Valdez, a retired high school history teacher, is keeping an eye on the presidential campaign and wondering about Sen. Hillary Clinton’

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4 Oct 2007 // 10:38 PM

Kucinich working to change minds

CHICAGO—On the eve of another grim anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, members of Congress voted on a symbolic resolution to establish an official

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24 Aug 2007 // 3:28 AM

RALEIGH, N.C.—This has been a long, hot summer for Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards. He has been dogged by a series of dust-ups,

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama breezed into Sacramento on Wednesday for a stop on one political circuit where he is faring exceptionally

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8 Aug 2007 // 2:01 AM

Democrats face off in union-led debate

CHICAGO - It can be rough being a front-runner, especially on a hot night on the gridiron. Two of the leading Democratic presidential candidates found

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5 Aug 2007 // 4:20 AM

Democratic Party more liberal than it’s been in decades

CHICAGO—The Democratic Party is growing more liberal for the first time in a generation. It’s more antiwar than at any time since 1972. Support

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3 Aug 2007 // 3:13 AM

CHICAGO - With his laptop open and his luggage still in tow, Tom Tucker sat in a lobby of the sprawling McCormick Place convention center

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20 Jun 2007 // 4:50 AM

DALLAS—Faced with the “Bill factor” in her campaign, Hillary Rodham Clinton is following the political blueprint of candidate George W. Bush in dealing with

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14 Jun 2007 // 3:15 AM

Chicago is heart, brain center of Obama campaign

CHICAGO—The prime real estate in most Chicago high-rises sits on the side with a view of Lake Michigan’s blue waters. So it’s

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13 Jun 2007 // 4:10 AM

Carefully crafting the Obama ‘brand’

WASHINGTON—One evening in February 2005, in a four-hour meeting stoked by pepperoni pizza and grand ambition, Sen. Barack Obama and his senior advisers crafted a

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13 Jun 2007 // 1:37 AM

Richardson navigates uncharted territory as Latino candidate

SAN JOSE, Calif. - At the Mexican Heritage Plaza in the heart of San Jose’s Latino neighborhood, Bill Richardson - the first Latino to

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