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midterm elections 2018
Democrats Try to Find Economic Message After Railing Against Trump
Senator Chuck Schumer of New York, flanked by fellow Democrats, helped introduce the party’s new economic message on Monday in Berryville, Va., saying: “Too many Americans don’t know what we stand
Political Calculus: Debate Is Over: Gerrymandering Is Crucial to G.O.P.’s Hold on House
No, he doesn’t need directions. An unidentified man carried giant maps because he was on his way to the federal court house in San Antonio for a redistricting trial that began last month. The court
Democratic Fight in California Is a Warning for the National Party
Eric C. Bauman, the chairman of the California Democratic Party, at the party’s headquarters in Sacramento last week. His opponent in a May election, Kimberly Ellis, has not conceded defeat.
Southwest Rises as 2018 Senate Battleground
Senator Jeff Flake of Arizona, who already has one Republican challenger, has faced new threats of retribution from the right after assailing President Trump in a book.
Service Union Plans Big Push to Turn Midwest Political Tide
Supporters of a higher minimum wage, which the service workers’ union has campaigned for, gathered in New York in 2015 to watch a live video of a meeting of the state’s fast-food wage board.
Democrats Search for a Response After Charlottesville Violence
Senator Chuck Schumer, the Democratic minority leader, called on Thursday for a more concentrated focus on President Trump’s Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity.
Trump Republicans Invigorate, and Complicate, Party’s Fight for Senate
Representative Lou Barletta, Republican of Pennsylvania, speaking with reporters after a meeting with Donald J. Trump, then the president-elect, at Trump Tower in November. Mr. Barletta announced on
Mercurial Trump Rattles Republican Party Ahead of Midterms
President Trump’s political arm has aired ads against Senator Dean Heller, Republican of Nevada, while the president himself used a televised White House meeting with Mr. Heller to warn that he would
Splitting 5-4, Justices Put Texas Redistricting on Hold
Voters in San Antonio, Tex., in 2014.
Trump Headlines Big-Dollar Fund-Raiser for National G.O.P.
The restaurant Le Cirque is a favorite of President Trump’s, despite having fallen on hard times in recent years. Mr. Trump appeared at a fund-raiser there on Tuesday night.
Roy Moore’s Alabama Victory Sets Off Talk of a G.O.P. Insurrection
Supporters of Roy Moore, the former Alabama chief justice, at a rally for his Senate campaign in Montgomery, Ala., this month.
Jeff Flake, in Feud with Trump, Now Faces Challenge from the Left
Representative Kyrsten Sinema, Democrat of Arizona, is running for Senate in 2018.
Senate Intelligence Heads Warn That Russian Election Meddling Continues
Senators Richard M. Burr, left, the intelligence committee’s chairman, and Mark Warner, its vice chairman, held the most extensive news conference since the committee began its investigation of
For Republican Leaders in Congress, the Headaches Keep Mounting
Mitch McConnell, the Senate majority leader, and other Republican leaders in Congress are facing pressure from all sides of their party leading up to next year’s midterm elections.
Pledge to Impeach Trump, a Key Donor Demands of Democrats
Tom Steyer in 2014. Mr. Steyer, one of the Democratic Party’s most prominent donors, called on the party’s lawmakers to impeach President Trump should they take control of Congress in 2018.
House Democrats Can’t Impeach Trump, but They’re Willing to Try
Representative Brad Sherman of California, left, and Representative Al Green of Texas taking questions in June about an effort to impeach President Trump.
Obama Returns to Campaign Trail to Rally Black Voters
Former President Barack Obama is campaigning on behalf of Democratic candidates in New Jersey and Virginia.
Republicans Ready to Move on a Tax Plan Few Have Seen
Senator Orrin G. Hatch, Republican of Utah, on Thursday in Washington.
White House Memo: Steve Bannon Vows ‘War’ on His Own Party. It Didn’t Work So Well for F.D.R.
Stephen K. Bannon at a fund-raiser for Kelli Ward, a Republican Senate candidate, in Arizona last week.
Feature: A Post-Obama Democratic Party in Search of Itself
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