Progressive activist with a bullhorn

Democratic voters want Democratic elected leaders who do things

“Tuesday’s results showed that money isn’t all that counts in elections,” Alexander Sammon writes. “Big spending matters, but the progressive policy vision continues to excite voters enough to overcome major fundraising deficits, and with just two major primary days in the books, the Squad already looks poised to add two members. Progressives look competitive both in open seats and in primaries, both of which will be critical to shaping the Democratic caucus for years to come.”

The Republican Formula

‘Highly suspect’: Unusual clusters of Miami voters switched to Republican, data show

“According to the Miami Herald’s tally, 5,428 people’s party affiliation changed between the October and January registration files. Many of the changes were concentrated in multi-family residential buildings, often low-income housing, raising questions about whether the changes are part of a targeted effort,” reporters Bianca Padró Ocasio and Claudia Chacin write.