Spending records, voter suppression, and high youth turnout mark the most expensive midterm elections of all time.
Vague rhetoric about ‘access to health care’ and ‘good jobs’ won’t challenge the plutocracy that keeps our lives brutal. These proposals could.
In a rare instance of progressive preemption, the city’s voters told private water corporations to leave them alone.
If more registered voters—more young people, more people of color, more poor people, more women, more immigrants and students and workers and activists—had voted, things might be just a bit better. That’s our real challenge.
Republicans can only win by racial gerrymandering and voter suppression. And Trump can only win by using fear and racism.
In the most Islamophobic election in history, Muslim candidates scored big wins by embracing progressive policies.
Republicans banked this election on lies, fear-mongering, and rule-rigging. It almost worked.
Each is heading to Washington to advance a bold social and economic justice agenda, with a strong focus on reversing inequality.
The president is putting up a dirty fight to maintain the Republican majority in Congress.
From ballot initiatives to anti-inequality candidates, the 2018 election offers plenty of opportunities to chip away at our economic divide.
Is your state working to increase access to the ballot box, or to disenfranchise its citizens?
Is the GOP is rushing this process due to fear of losing their House Majority or because they think it will help their chances during midterms?