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‘He’s JFK With Tattoos and a Bench Press’

Richard Ojeda, endorsed by People's House Project, is reviving Democratic possibilities in West Virginia

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Tired of losing the Rust Belt, new Democratic group has strategy to un-Pelosi the party

The People's House Party thinks Democrats can go back to winning in the Heartland.

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People's House Project is a new kind of PAC

The Great Battlefield podcast host Nathaniel G. Pearlman interviews Krystal Ball about People's House Project.

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Iowa Progressive Emerges as a Serious Challenger to Eight-Term Congressional Republican Steve King

Former professional baseball player J.D. Scholten is a progressive showing remarkable strength in a deep red district.

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Richard Ojeda is a New Kind of Democrat

He Voted for Trump. Now He’s Running for Congress as a Pro-Pot, Pro-Coal Democrat.

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The Resistance Is Infiltrating Trump Country

Strikes from West Virginia to Arizona are changing the characterization of traditionally "red" states

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The Dead Enders

Candidates Who Signed Up to Battle Donald Trump Must Get Past the Democratic Party First

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Could this 'military guy' Democrat find a magic formula to win back blue-collar voters?

Richard Ojeda is part of a wave of Democrats who have the ability to connect with working-class white voters in districts where Trump won by double digits

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Liberals target the Rust Belt: ‘Democrats should be able to win in all these places’

Liberal activists say the party’s future in Washington, D.C., isn’t in moving centrist, but rather in moving left.

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Do Democrats Have A Nancy Pelosi Problem?

She’s been a leader in the House for over a decade and some people think it’s time for her to step aside for a new generation to take charge.

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With Control of the House at Stake, National Democrats Tangle with Locals

New groups are raising money to support candidates overlooked by mainstream Democrats, like the Sanders-founded Our Revolution, or the the People's House Project, which helps working-class Democrats run for office.

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There's too much money in politics — just look at Illinois

Candidates are asking whether the state is running "an auction or an election."

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Deep in Trump Country, a Democratic Populist Challenges a Country Club Republican

The climb may not be as steep as the conventional wisdom assumes.