We'll know in a few months whether Democratic leaders have lost control of their party.
A growing number of single women are running for public office. In order to beat their opponents, they may need to shatter some unfair stigmas first.
Colorado is attempting an unusual style of primary election next month: allowing unaffiliated voters to choose which primary they'd like to vote in. What does that mean for politics in the Centennial State?
New research finds Democrats aren't similarly swayed by facial stereotypes, which could give the party an advantage.
In most states, primary elections make official just who gets to call themselves the Democratic or Republican nominee. But that doesn't mean party leaders have to be neutral in those contests.
We looked into the environmental records of House members who face tough races in November.
Will the fight over single payer divide Democrats, or lead to a breakthrough on health-care policy?
2018 might be the year the state's voters—and political leadership—reflect just how much its population has changed.