On our premiere episode, Ashley Nicole Black welcomes guest co-host, Rebecca Traister to try to answer every woman's pressing question: "What am I supposed to do with all this rage?"
If they want to flip Congress, Democrats must take a cue from the ferocious anti-abortion crusaders who helped Illinois Rep. Dan Lipinski win the primary, and amp up their ground game.
Challenging Republican incumbent and climate denier Steve Knight, scientist Jess Phoenix wants to focus on facts in California's 25th district.
The candidate for Georgia governor wants voters and the media to focus more on her business and political cred than her race or gender.
Running for office poses particular challenges for women. Here’s how a few of next year’s candidates are tackling their campaigns.
If 29-year-old community organizer Liliana Bakhtiari wins Atlanta’s District 5 city council seat, she will become the first queer Muslim woman elected to office in United States history.
The first-time candidate running for State Representative in Louisville’s District 31 is running to focus on people, not politics. And she’s going door-to-door to do it.
Axne plans to fight for what both rural and urban residents in Iowa's 3rd district want: affordable healthcare, jobs, and infrastructure.
The opening of GOP seats are a huge opportunity for Dems—if only they didn’t have to battle gerrymandering, voter suppression, and a dotard in the Oval Office to get them.
Like many Democrats, Regina Bateson woke up November 9 convinced she had to do something: Take on one of the most conservative politicians in her home state.