Democratic Party (United States)

Comments Against Romney's Wife Strikes A Nerve With Many WomenWomen will have a powerful voice in this year’s Presidential election—so any misstep that offends can become a major issue. No surprise then, that Democrats are scrambling to distance themselves from commentator Hilary Rosen’s comment on Wednesday about Mitt Romney’s wife, Ann.
Texas Senate OKs Congressional Redistricting MapTexas senators approved a new congressional redistricting map on Monday after a fierce debate over minority representation.
Texas House Votes To Block Family Planning FundsThe Texas House resolved not to compromise on cutting spending for family planning programs or to avoid tapping the Rainy Day Fund.
Rick Perry, Sarah Palin Visit North TexasPerry and Palin. Palin and Perry. Either way, their supporters may argue that ticket has a nice ring to it. But will it ring true with voters in 2012? And will it even happen?
Craig Watkins Narrowly Wins D.A. RaceDallas County District Attorney Craig Watkins outlasted Republican challenger Danny Clancy in an extremely tight race that lasted into the early hours Wednesday.
Johnson Wins District 30 Despite ScandalIn the midst of many Republican gains, the Associated Press announced that Democrat Eddie Bernice Johnson had defeated her challenger for District 30 U.S. Representative despite a nationally publicized scholarship scandal.
Book By Rick Perry Focuses On States' RightsTexas' governor has been caught off guard by excerpts released early from his new book that is highly critical of the federal government. Rick Perry says America has become the type of nation that the colonists fought against 200 years ago.
Perry Pleased With Polls Heading Into Weekend