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Trump picks ANOTHER Goldman Sachs Exec for Administration

For Immediate Release December 9, 2016 Contact: DNC Press- dncpress@dnc.org   Trump picks ANOTHER Goldman Sachs Exec for Administration “When Trump said ‘drain the swamp,’ he really meant ‘appoint a bunch of Goldman Sachs bankers.’ Gary Cohn is the third Goldman Sachs figure to join Trump’s team, and he joins an administration stacked with the same Wall Street bankers and Washington insiders that…

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Clinton, Kaine, Obama, Warren, Lewis Featured in New DNC Video

As we head into the final debate of the election, the Democratic National Committee is releasing a video embodying Michelle Obama’s now-iconic 2016 refrain: “When they go low, we go high.” President Obama, Secretary Clinton, Senator Kaine, Senator Warren, and Congressman Lewis make a values-based case for what it means to be a Democrat – and what we have stood for. The…

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VIDEO: Keith knows Hillary. Hillary knows helping kids.

VIDEO: Keith knows Hillary. Hillary knows helping kids. Representative Keith Ellison, a former Bernie Sanders supporter, told college volunteers why he’s proud to stand with Hillary Clinton during a recent phone bank at the Democratic National Committee. He said, “She’s into the detail. And when some folks just want to speak in vague generalities, she’s getting specific about how we’re…

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MEMO: What’s at Stake for Young Voters This Election

Voters under 35 matched Baby Boomers (aged 52 to 70 years old) for the first time this year as a share of the electorate. Millennial voters are a diverse group, from those who are currently in college to young parents beginning to have families of their own to entrepreneurs starting businesses. This year’s Democratic primary engaged and energized millennials, resulting in…

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Exit Polls Continue to Show Democratic Unity

  Exit polls from last week’s New York primary forecast a troubling sign for Republicans: seven in ten New York Democrats said they were energized by the primary process, while six in ten New York Republicans said the primary had divided their party. This Democratic enthusiasm is not only found in New York. See tonight’s contests… These numbers are further evidence that…

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This Week on the Campaign Trail

Overview Between delegate fights and blame throwing from the GOP candidates, this week was truly about the accomplishments of the Democratic candidates. Last night, our candidates took the debate stage again to share their visions for moving our country forward. The discussion was lively and engaging, and it’s clear that the Democratic candidates are ready to fight on behalf of…

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This Week on the Campaign Trail

Overview Last night, the GOP debate had a new tone, but the same out-of-touch policies. Without all of the yelling and name calling, the candidates actually told the voters what they would do in office, and it was terrifying. It’s likely that it’s too little too late for the GOP to stop Trump’s steamroll to the nomination. Take a lesson…

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What they’re saying about tonight’s #DemDebate

With each debate on the campaign trail, one thing becomes increasingly clear — there is an enormous gap in substance between the Republican and Democratic field. Tonight in Miami, our candidates debated with the seriousness and depth of knowledge that voters deserve. From immigration, to health care and job creation, the Democratic candidates discussed the issues that matter most to…

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Here’s what people are saying about last night’s #DemDebate

Unlike what we saw last week when the Republican candidates embarrassed themselves at their Detroit debate, last night both our Democratic candidates held a serious and substantive discussion in Flint about the issues that matter most to people across the country. Our candidates demonstrated they understand that economic challenges and public health crises like the one in Flint require national…

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What they’re saying about tonight’s #DemDebate

No name calling. No screaming over each other. And zero talk about hand sizes or other body parts. Unlike what we saw just three nights ago when the Republican candidates embarrassed themselves at their Detroit debate, tonight both our Democratic candidates held a serious and substantive discussion in Flint about the issues that matter most to people across the country…

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