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Can a Blue Wave in a Blue State Make Ben Jealous Maryland’s First African American Governor?
He’s running to unseat one of the last remaining moderate Republicans—and he’s running on the left.| October 12, 2018
The Return of American Socialism
A largely millennial movement, with a surprisingly broad base of support, has staked its claim on the nation’s political discourse and direction.| October 11, 2018
Fighting the Republicans’ Voter Purges in Ohio
If you miss voting in an election in Ohio, Republicans make you ineligible to vote in the next one. This year, Democrats are working hard to get Ohioans back on the rolls.| October 10, 2018
Taking Back North Carolina
In control of the gerrymandered legislature, Republicans are trying to strip power from the courts and the governor. The Democrats are fighting them at the polls.| October 8, 2018
Hurricane Sandy and the Inequalities of Resilience in New York
With the recovery from Hurricane Florence gearing up in the Carolinas, the post-Sandy experiences of one section of New York provide important clues about how low-income residents and people of color fare after natural disasters.| October 5, 2018