Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee

The chair of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee faces a tough challenge from New York state Assembly member Mike Lawler (R).
State Sen. Alessandra Biaggi is running against Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney in the New York City suburbs. She is up against big money and general-election fears.
Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney’s decision to switch districts is causing a storm of intra-Democratic controversy — and potentially making his own job harder.
The group, which is House Democrats’ campaign arm, had previously endured criticism from Black and Latino lawmakers for not being committed enough to diversity.
Reps. Jimmy Gomez (Calif.) and Veronica Escobar (Texas) made their pitch during a party-sponsored video call with donors.
The DCCC is aiming to better integrate digital and in-person organizing.
Progressives applauded the decision, but some say the DCCC still has to prove its commitment to fair contracting.
Maloney, a New Yorker who defeated Rep. Tony Cárdenas (Calif.), takes over the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee at a challenging time.
The New York congresswoman has been critical of the Democratic campaign arm’s blacklist punishing firms that work with primary challengers.
The New York congresswoman is funding candidates herself, instead of routing it through the Democratic Party’s campaign arm.