Democrats in tight election races are rightly calling out their Republican/Tea Party opponents for their radical social agendas. But how does this help if the Dems don’t protect sexual and reproductive rights while in office?
Rand Paul, the Tea Party candidate who won the Kentucky Republican nomination for Senate, is one scary dude who is finding that his politics of division and hatred don’t transfer very well under the harsh glare of fact and sanity.
While progressive Democrats can celebrate the first-step win of Congressman Joe Sestak (D-PA) over Senator Arlen Specter (D-PA) in last night’s primary, another Pennsylvania race ended with a win for anti-choice Blue Dog Democrats.
NARAL Pro-Choice America picks a side in the Pennsylvanian senate race and endorses Joe Sestack over incumbent Arlen Specter.
State Senator Tom Holland, a pro-choice Democrat, may be at a disadvantage in the Kansas gubernatorial race today, but he is a good campaigner and may still be the best hope of Kansas women.
Anti-abortion groups are cheering Brown’s victory, but will there be any buyer’s remorse? And Sen. Hutchison tries to talk abortion.
Today everyone is still hashing over the news of Scott Brown’s win, what does it mean, and where are we going. But there’s plenty of evidence of where women’s rights stand right now.
Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner officially launches her bid for Senate tomorrow. But is it an uphill battle with her own party?
Tomorrow is special election day in Massachusetts. The impact could be almost immediate on the health care debate.