Beating Republicans in November will be harder than Democrats thought

  1. Beating Republicans in November will be harder than Democrats thought  CNN
  2. The Trump Rationale  National Review
  3. Democrats Have Finally Found Their Midterm Message  New York Magazine
  4. Six Things to Watch in Texas’ 2018 Runoff Election  The Texas Observer
  5. Cal Thomas: Who’s afraid of cutting a mere $15 billion from the federal budget? Republicans, apparently  Fox News
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Democrats Plan to Highlight Trump Scandals in the Fall Elections

  1. Democrats Plan to Highlight Trump Scandals in the Fall Elections  TIME
  2. Democrats target alleged Trump corruption ahead of midterms: ‘The swamp has never been more foul’  CNBC
  3. Democrats Target Trump ‘Self-Dealing’ as Midterm Election Theme  Bloomberg
  4. Democrats just rolled out a broad reform agenda. Would it make a difference?  Washington Post
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Democrats target alleged Trump corruption ahead of midterms: 'The swamp has never been more foul'

  1. Democrats target alleged Trump corruption ahead of midterms: ‘The swamp has never been more foul’  CNBC
  2. Democrats Target Trump ‘Self-Dealing’ as Midterm Election Theme  Bloomberg
  3. Democrats just rolled out a broad reform agenda. Would it make a difference?  Washington Post
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Senate Democrats win net neutrality showdown

  1. Senate Democrats win net neutrality showdown  Politico
  2. Net neutrality vote in US Senate seeks to overturn FCC’s lighter-touch plan  USA TODAY
  3. Senators vote to begin debate on repealing changes to net neutrality rules  CNN
  4. Senate Democrats To Force Senate Vote To Save Net Neutrality On Wednesday, May 16 – U.S. Senator Ed Markey of …  Senator Ed Markey
  5. Democrats to force vote Wednesday on net neutrality  CNN
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Women are winning, but Democrats' division is still there: Takeaways from Tuesday's primary

In Pennsylvania, it was the first time voters cast ballots under the new congressional map, which is much more favorable to Democrats. Women won in a handful of districts where they are likely to win in November, all but guaranteeing the state’s congressional delegation will no longer be all men.

     

 

 


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