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This Week on the Campaign Trail

This week we celebrated the anniversary of Women’s Equality Day, the day when the 19th Amendment was certified, affirming women’s right to vote. The anniversary is a reminder of the progress our country has made when it comes to the treatment of women, and an opportunity to rededicate ourselves to the unfinished work of fighting for full equality. This also marked…

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It’s Not Just Hillary Clinton​

Remember when House Speaker Paul Ryan – who still hasn’t shown the courage to pull his support from Trump – said that Trump’s attack against Judge Curiel was the “textbook definition” of racism? We do: WATCH Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse said that Trump’s comments about constitute “the literal definition of ‘racism.’” South Carolina Senator Tim Scott labeled Trump’s comments as “racially toxic.” South Carolina…

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What Some Had to Say About Trump’s Incoherent Foreign Policy Remarks

Donald Trump proved today that a teleprompter can’t help him sound reasonable or knowledgeable when it comes to foreign policy. He continues to lack the judgment, experience, and temperament to be our next commander-in-chief. The “new” Donald Trump is the same Donald Trump we have seen on the campaign trail over the past year — a candidate that lacks details,…

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100 Days Until the GOP Convention – Countdown to Catastrophe

100 Days Until the GOP Convention – Countdown to Catastrophe With tomorrow being 100 days until their national convention, the Republicans are in utter disarray. After having a terrible two weeks, they have continued to panic at the prospect that Lyin’ Ted or Dangerous Donald will become their presidential nominee. If the tepid support and comical non-endorsements from party leaders…

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Twitter Roundup on Tonight’s GOP Debate: Houston, Republicans Have a Problem

Tonight’s debate didn’t fundamentally change anything, but it exposed major problems for Republicans, regardless of which extreme candidate makes it to November. When you compare the extremism of the Republican Party to the serious, substantive, and strong vision Democratic candidates have for building on the progress we’ve made over the last 7 years, it’s clear we have to elect a…

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Day after mass shooting, Rubio, Cruz, Paul, Graham vote against blocking terror suspects from buying guns, universal background checks

In the wake of yet another mass shooting, Republicans in the Senate had a chance to heed the American people’s call for commonsense gun reforms and vote to make this country a safer place for our families. They rejected it. Twenty-four hours after one of the worst mass shootings this country has ever seen – and possibly an act of…

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The GOP has a lot of work to do to protect survivors of domestic violence

Twenty one years ago today, the Violence Against Women Act became law. This legislation has provided life-saving assistance to millions of women and families across the nation by enacting tough new provisions to hold offenders of violence against women accountable and by strengthening programs that provide services for the survivors of these crimes. Despite the protections the Violence Against Women Act provides…

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Huckabee Joins GOP Attack On Birthright Citizenship

Another Republican presidential candidate bites the Latino outreach dust. Today, Mike Huckabee joins Scott Walker, Bobby Jindal, Rand Paul, Rick Santorum, Donald Trump, Ben Carson, JohnKasich, and Lindsey Graham among the dubious ranks of GOP presidential candidates who have at one point or another attacked citizenship of children born to immigrant parents.  Like Jeb Bush, Huckabee blames Asian immigrants before…

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The GOP Needs a Lesson on Women’s Equality Day

Today the Democratic Party is celebrating Women’s Equality Day. Ninety five years ago today, women won the right to vote, guaranteeing them one of the most basic rights available to an American citizen. While Democrats are fighting to protect women’s rights every day, it occurs to us that the GOP presidential candidates are in serious need of a lesson on…

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GOP Lines Up Behind Trump’s Anti-Immigrant Plan

The GOP Frontrunner Donald Trump’s immigration plan is the Republican Party’s immigration plan and draws on proposals laid out by the other Republicans running for president. Trump’s plan? Mass Deportation Rand Paul said that “illegal immigrants must be deported.” Scott Walker’s immigration proposal includes self-deportation of undocumented Americans. Ted Cruz says that a “lack of jobs will dry up the magnet for being here and illegal…

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