12 in districts with slight Republican tilts. Make that 12 Democratic wins.
If Tom Malinowski can stay in Congress for a decade or two, he could become the conscience of the House.
Joe Biden’s Commission should propose an expansion of the District Courts and the Circuit Courts of Appeals.
Looking at Toss-up seats the prospects for the House of Representatives are not promising. They could lose 8 seats. Maybe more.
A reader asked. Can you put together a list of 30 candidates for the House of Representatives for whom donations would make a difference? Some Senate candidates, too?
Amy Kennedy, it turns out, is good at politics.
Tom Malinowski is a different kind of guy.
Jeff Drew is a conservative Democrat, one of the two Democrats to oppose proceeding with impeachment. He is, however, a ferocious organizer on behalf of Democrats in a Republican area. He got himself elected as State Senator and then Congressman. He got Democrats elected to the NJ House as well.
Tom Malinowski interned for New Jersey Senator Bill Bradley. He went west for university and earned a Rhodes Scholarship at the University of California, Berkeley. He worked for New York Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan, then left to earn an M.Phil. from Oxford. He worked for the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna and then the Ford Foundation. He worked in the State Department writing speeches for Secretaries of State Warren Christopher and Madelaine Albright. Under Clinton he became Senior Director of the National Security Council managing international communications and writing foreign policy speeches for the President. With Democrats out of office, he became the head of the Washington office of Human Rights Watch. For over a decade, he was a leading opponent of the US use of torture, of tyranny in Myanmar, and of groups like the Taliban.
Andy Kim is the son of poor immigrants from Korea. They expected a lot of him and got a lot. He went to the unusual and rigorous Deep Springs two year College and then to the University of Chicago where he earned a Truman scholarship. He went to Oxford, earned a Rhodes and a PhD. He went from Oxford to Washington and Kabul. He worked with generals in Afghanistan, then as he Iraq Country Director for the State Department and the Director for Iraq at the National Security Council.