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A front yard placard states "VOTE HIM OUT BEFORE HE KILLS US ALL!!" and multiple campaign signs in support of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden on the penultimate day before the general election on November 1, 2020 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The grassroots get of the vote campaign efforts of canvassing, door knocking, literature drops, phone calling, and texting, will prove crucial in determening the outcome of voter turnout and ultimately the presidency.  (Photo: Mark Makela/Getty Images) Views
Dear Fellow Progressives: Please Vote for Biden
The best hope of removing Trump from the White House is a landslide victory for Biden.
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Sens. Sherrod Brown (L) (D-Ohio) and Jeff Berkley (D-Ore.) chat while walking in the U.S. Capitol on August 5, 2020. (Photo: Douglas Graham/Roll Call/Getty Images) News
In Bid to Beat 'Public Health and Economic Crises,' Senate Dems Urge Utilities to Suspend Shutoffs During Pandemic
"Minority and low-income families who have disproportionately borne the brunt of the current economic crisis are particularly at risk."
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 The far Right sought to divert rur­al anger against immi­grants who were “steal­ing our jobs” and away from the Reaganomics that allowed cor­po­rate con­trol of the food sys­tem and left farm­ers with few options oth­er than get­ting big or get­ting out. (Photo: KARIM JAAFAR/AFP via Getty Images) Views
How Decades of Corporate-Friendly Farm Policies Wrecked Rural America—And Paved the Way for Trump
If the Biden-Har­ris tick­et, and the Demo­c­ra­t­ic Par­ty in gen­er­al, wants to begin to heal this rift and regain what the Democ­rats have lost in rur­al Amer­i­ca, they will need to artic­u­late a clear vision for a future that includes rur­al Amer­i­cans.
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President Donald Trump and newly sworn-in U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Amy Coney Barrett look on during a ceremonial swearing-in on the South Lawn of the White House October 26, 2020 in Washington, DC. The Senate confirmed Barrett’s nomination to the Supreme Court today by a vote of 52-48. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images) Views
Trump's Politicized Supreme Court Has Lost Legitimacy. 2021's Dems, Do Something!
A Democratic Congress and White House could expand the Supreme Court by just three seats—the same number as appointed by Trump during a presidency that history may regard as essentially invalid.
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'It's Not Just That You're a Crook': Watch Jon Ossoff Eviscerate Sen. Perdue Over Insider Trading, Covid Lies, and Healthcare Attacks
"You're attacking the health of the people that you represent," the Democratic challenger said to Georgia's incumbent GOP senator.
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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) speaks with a voter near a polling station during the New York primaries on June 23, 2020 in New York City. (Photo: Johannes Eisele/AFP via Getty Images) News
Warning of the 'Many Trumps... in Waiting,' Ocasio-Cortez Says Democrats 'Have to Be Better'
"We're not good enough right now," the New York Democrat says of her party, and unless the material lives of working-class people are improved the nation's dangerous slide to the right will continue.
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This growing imbalance can be remedied by creating more states representing a larger majority of Americans. At the least, statehood should be granted to Washington, D.C. (Photo by MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images) Views
How to Reverse This Craven GOP Power Grab
The most ambitious structural reform would be to rebalance the Senate itself, as well as the Electoral College.
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'Prove Him Wrong': Progressives Demand Democrats Accept McConnell's Challenge, Expand Supreme Court If They Win Elections
"Mitch McConnell doesn't think we can fight back to save our courts. He's wrong. The first step is winning in November."
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As Senate Dems Hold Talkathon in Protest, Warren Condemns GOP Vote on Barrett as 'Last Gasp of a Desperate Party'
Sen. Elizabeth Warren and others slammed the Republicans for prioritizing the judge's confirmation over providing coronavirus relief for American families.
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Like Sanders and Warren, I'm Backing Biden
Any hope of advancing the popular causes championed by Sanders and Warren begins with removing Trump, flipping the Senate, and electing more progressives to the House.
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