Former New York Representative Joe Crowley, who was unseated by Ocasio-Cortez, didn't want to be seen as fighting dirty for what should have been an easy re-election, according to a new book.
"There's a lot of anxiety," a GOP donor reportedly said about President Donald Trump's 2020 campaign plan.
Democratic governors and other state leaders are rolling out massive health care initiatives, boosting public options and touting expansions to former President Barack Obama's 2010 ACA overhaul moving into the new year.
"This is exactly how it was scripted," Gavin Newsom quipped. "I'm glad this is the rehearsal."
Her team wants to create "a prosperous America that works for all of us," the job description stated.
Trump hasn't exactly had a cozy relationship with the truth while president. But even by his standards, October was chock-full of false statements.
It's been a rocky week for the president.
Many of the House districts flipped by Democrats had high levels of college-educated voters.
Opposition to Trump and a growing tribal political network converged to bring more native women into politics than ever before.
"Thanks for nothing a**holes," Nugent wrote on Facebook to Michigan voters who backed Democrats.
Heiko Maas believes the return of Democrats to power in the House of Representatives could lead to greater cooperation from the United States when it comes to international affairs.
"One of the things that I think can help heal is the success of our country, and we are really successful. We've gone up $11.7 trillion in worth, and China has come down tremendously," Trump said.
Is President Donald Trump more likely to be impeached now?
Now that the Democrats control the House, they may bring greater transparency to special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian election interference.
While projected to take the House, Democrats are less hopeful about their chances to win the Senate. And without their "blue wave," the party could remain in the minority in both chambers for another two years.
The president was in typically brash form when confronted by hecklers.
"It's a real risk that voters will think polls are fake news and stay home, that's a massive risk," said Republican strategist Evan Siegfried.