Democratic senators introduced a measure to erase Electoral College, picking up a talking point that caught fire in the 2020 Democratic presidential field.
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Democrats in Colorado are pushing ahead with legislation to pledge their 14 collective electoral votes to the winner of the national popular vote .
The 2020 presidential race kicked off in earnest Saturday, first major Democratic Party hopeful to announce her candidacy visited with voters across Iowa.
A federal trial began Monday in New York City over challenges to the federal government’s decision to put a citizenship question on the 2020 census.
Court temporarily blocked order forcing Commerce Secretary to be questioned this week over decision to add citizenship question to the 2020 census.
On 21 September 2018, Democracy Now! published yet another stunning video about “Fahrenheit 11/9”. Amy Goodman interviewed the filmmaker Michael Moore.
After nearly two years of discussion and debate, Our Revolution members nationwide rejoiced at the passed Democratic National Committee (DNC) reforms.
In November, Californians will not have to decide whether the state should be partitioned
Proposal to divide the state into three separate states has received enough signatures from voters to appear on the ballot
Polls that have consistently shown that a majority of Americans wants to elect the President by popular vote