Davis made the announcement via video on Monday Wendy Davis has decided to venture to the national stage. Davis formerly served as a State Senator for District 10 in Texas from 2009 to 2015. She gained national attention after filibustering an anti-abortion law for thirteen
The move comes after a difficult weekend for President Trump On Tuesday evening following the house voting to condemn remarks made on Twitter by President Trump, Representative Al Green (D-TX) introduced articles of impeachment against the President. This is not the first time Green has
The decision came after a heated debate on the House floor Despite some bumps in the road, the House voted in favor of formally condemning a series of President Trump’s tweets. As we told you in an earlier article, Trump caused controversy this weekend by
The House will vote Tuesday evening A resolution condemning what Democrats say were “racist, sexist and xenophobic” tweets made by President Trump regarding four Congresswomen will come the House floor later tonight. The drama unfolded after an early morning series of tweets made by the
On Sunday, Laura Bush condemned President Trump’s “zero-tolerance policy” in a rare break from retirement. Laura Bush has never been a political figure known for “making waves”. During her tenure as First Lady she served in the traditional ceremonial role. That is not to say
Congressman Jamie Raskin, from Maryland’s 8th district, has introduced the legislation. On Friday, Congressman Raskin introduced H.R. 503, the Heightened Oversight of Traveling, Eating and Lodging (HOTEL) Act. If passed, it would prohibit any government agency from using taxpayer money to stay or dine at
The longtime Congresswoman died early Friday. A news release drafted by her Chief of Staff, Liam Fitzsimmons, revealed Rep. Slaughter passed away this morning at George Washington University Hospital. The cause of her death is due to an injury she sustained in a fall last
In an election that should have been an easy win for the GOP, Lamb pulls an upset. On Tuesday, the Democratic Party did what most thought would be impossible. It pulled off a win in a congressional district that President Trump carried by twenty points
Official announcement. In his official statement on his campaign website, Sanders said this, “After much thought and consultation with my family, friends, and the people of New Hampshire, I am excited to announce today that I am running for Congress in New Hampshire’s 1st District.
On Thursday, the House Intel Committee threatened to subpoena the White House over Comey documentation. It would seem that once again, President Trump is in the middle of a political firestorm of his own making. Only this time, the consequences are not merely public opinion.