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Forward Together Tour Rolls Around Campaign Trail for Second Week

The “Forward Together” bus tour kept rolling on the campaign trail this week to highlight what’s at stake in this election and mobilize people to register, vote, and volunteer. The second week of the bus tour has taken us around the country—including to Missouri, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, South Carolina, Georgia—with many more states to go as we make our…

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This Week on the Campaign Trail

As Americans across the country prepare to celebrate our independence this holiday weekend, we also celebrate the 52nd anniversary of the Civil Rights Act – landmark legislation that carried our nation one step closer to fully realizing the profound promise in our Declaration of Independence that we are all created equal. The law expanded voting rights, made discrimination based on…

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This Week on the Campaign Trail

This was a big news week with some major shifts in the political landscape, but one thing never changes – Donald Trump is still only looking out for number one and no one else. Between his campaign staff shakeup and a trip to Scotland to promote his luxury golf course, we almost forgot about his dangerous plans for the American…

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This Week on the Campaign Trail

This week ended with House Speaker Paul Ryan once again struggling mightily to justify his own weak-willed endorsement of Donald Trump. But at least he isn’t making his fellow GOP-ers suffer with him. Yesterday, he encouraged other members of his party, not to vote for their presumptive nominee, but to vote instead with their conscience. Jiminy Cricket would be proud. Watch…

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This Week on the Campaign Trail

As the primaries wind down, Democrats are proud of the substantive campaigns our candidates have run. Their values and priorities have matched those of the American people and have spoken to their aspirations and shared ideals. Now, almost 28 million voters have turned out to support our Democratic candidates in primaries and caucuses. And in state after state, exit polls…

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Democratic State Parties Blast Trump’s Racist Comments

In response to Donald Trump’s blatantly racist comments about the respected federal judge overseeing his fraud case, Democrats across the country have stood up and condemned the Republicans’ presumptive nominee for President. Yesterday, there were events in New York in front of Trump Tower, in Indiana, Judge Curiel’s home state; in Nevada, which has one of the highest percentage of…

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This Week on the Campaign Trail

As Americans across the country begin celebrating Memorial Day weekend to honor the lives of the brave men and women who have died while serving in our armed forces, we are reminded that there is more that unites us as Americans than divides us. Below is a recap of the past week on the campaign trail: SCOTUS Vacancy On Wednesday,…

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This Week on the Campaign Trail

Overview With his lock on the Republican nomination, Donald Trump has ensured that his party’s problems won’t be limited to convention chaos— he’s going to force GOP candidates in races big and small across the country to own his ugly, divisive and dangerous rhetoric all the way to the general election. That’s why GOP party leaders have started to fret…

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Democrats Hold Trump Accountable Across the Country

All this week, Democrats across the country have shown that from now until November 8th we’re going to hold Republicans up and down the ballot accountable for their divisive and dangerous standard bearer, Donald Trump. Below is a sampling of the coverage: REPUBLICAN KASICH ASSESSES FUTURE AFTER CRUZ DROPS OUT NEWSWEEK // MICHELE GORMAN Ohio Democratic Party Chairman David Pepper…

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This Week on the Campaign Trail

It’s been a disastrous week for the GOP. Now that Ted Cruz and John Kasich have both dropped out of the race, Donald Trump is the Republican Party. Problems for Republicans extend far beyond the Cleveland convention, which many top GOP leaders have already vowed to avoid. With Trump as their nominee, any remaining hope Republicans had of concealing their…

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