The Texas military veteran who served three tours in Afghanistan points to her sworn duty to protect the country as her motivation to flip the Senate in November
The economic hits to family farms, the health care crisis leaving so many uninsured, the failing educational systems—these are the issues Iowans live with every day, and what fuels Greenfield’s run for office.
With stay-at-home orders forcing victims to shelter with their abusers, and more ballots likely to be mailed, victims of domestic abuse face a new kind of threat.
Joe Biden may not have been your first choice, or your 10th. But in November, we only have one chance to reconstruct the damage of the past four years.
The Georgia politician running for senator discusses the importance of centering race and class in an election, pushing back against the boys' club, and conquering her fears.
With America more polarized than ever, and a president intent on supporting only his allies—leaving literal bodies in the wake of his decisions—governors of blue states may be faced with an unprecedented decision.
Amid a global healthcare crisis, Dr. Barbara Bollier aims to focus her medical expertise and decade's worth of state political experience on affordable healthcare for all.
The former Republican and Stacey Abrams’ running mate leans into her faith, feminism, and finance acumen in a bid to become Georgia's first elected woman senator.
Joe Biden is a gaffe machine. Pete Buttigieg lacks experience. But the veteran Minnesota senator has a proven track record. Guess why she’s lagging behind them.
It didn't matter that Senator Harris was a strong candidate with a passionate base. The misogynoir of press coverage doomed her from the outset.