The reach of anti-Trump forces into red states like Oklahoma has given Democrats hopes of a national resurgence, though no one suggests that the heartland will change its political allegiance on a dime.
By Nicholas Riccardi, Associated Press
Democrats are coming off a crushing defeat in last year’s presidential election. But they are feeling optimistic about their chances in the 2018 midterm elections, thanks to the GOP’s early struggle to enact its agenda in Congress, President Donald Trump’s…
By Jessica Yarvin
Sociologist Arlie Russell Hochschild set out to explore what she saw as a paradox in American political life: red states depend the most on the federal government, but also distrust it the most. It’s the topic of her new book,…
By PBS NewsHour
Democrats Play Offense in the South in Hopes of Turning Some Red States Blue…
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