Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee
Progressives say to show a diversity commitment, the DCCC must end its effort to stymie primary races against House members.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee staff exodus followed concerns about hiring and a lack of diversity.
But Randi Weingarten of the American Federation of Teachers said she understands the DCCC’s concerns.
Marie Newman, an Illinois Democrat, picked up almost $45,000 online since Friday.
Even a former top party operative is bucking the establishment to help unseat conservative Rep. Dan Lipinski.
The move drew immediate criticism from progressive groups.
On a congressional campaign, saying "me too" can come with hidden costs.
Rep. Cheri Bustos’ leadership team at the DCCC is drawn exclusively from the business-friendly New Democrat Coalition.
The Illinois congresswoman started a boot camp for training women and people of color to run for office. It's working.
The change came after current interns said their class was overly "white and wealthy."
Think about this the next time you hear the GOP talk about freedom.
Progressive activist Dana Balter wins. New York is a key part of Democrats' plans to take over the House.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee intervened late in the contest for New York’s 24th Congressional District.
Laura Moser used a broadside from the national party to her advantage. She places second in the primary.
Frustration with House Democrats’ campaign arm is boiling over.
A staffer said they should avoid politicizing the tragedy, but thoughts and prayers were fine.
The campaign organization said Democrats should focus on offering thoughts and prayers.
Some think Laura Moser is too liberal for what's expected to be a contentious Houston race.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee raised $9.3 million.