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Kelly SloanKelly SloanSeptember 21, 20186min431

The Democratic Party, like most political parties that feel themselves on the verge of some sweeping victory, is having an uneasy conversation with itself, to say the least. The radicals, intoxicated on revolutionary fervor and smelling blood in the water, seem to be convinced that the new age has finally dawned, and the time is ripe for a general uprising. They get this way every couple of years or so, of course, but this time they appear to be making a concerted effort at mutiny, pulling the Democratic Party as far left as their zeal enables. So how will this impact the Democrats' electoral fortunes, not only this time around, but in coming years?


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Ernest LuningErnest LuningMay 1, 20184min2224

With just five weeks remaining until Colorado voters start to receive primary ballots in the mail, candidate endorsements are falling as thick as crabapple blossoms on a blustery spring day. Here are some of the endorsements that have been announced over the past week: U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris, the California Democrat high on lists of possible 2020 presidential candidates, is backing Joe Neguse, one of two Democrats running for the open 2nd Congressional District seat.