US Primary Elections
A Weakened Trump Poses as an Alternative for the Working Class in Third Bid for President
Speaking at Mar-a-Lago a week after the failed “red wave” of the midterms, Trump made an appeal to all those spurned by neoliberalism and feeling the effects of inflation to rally behind his xenophobic, transphobic, and pro-capitalist agenda.
Madeleine FreemanNovember 16, 2022
In the Latest Primaries, the Battle within the Parties Continues
Tuesday's primaries delivered wins to Trump endorsed candidates and some progressives, signaling that the fight for the parties is far from over.
Enid BrainMay 18, 2022
Supreme Court Justices, Safe at Home, Tell Voters to Go Risk Their Lives
The U.S. Supreme court overruled an executive order postponing the Wisconsin Primary, forcing voters to make a choice between their health and their vote. This is an unacceptable and unconscionable threat to public safety and may very well be the prologue of what is to come in November.
Enid BrainApril 7, 2020
Sanders Has Become the Curse and the Hope of the Democratic Party
Sanders’s strong showing in Nevada worries the Democratic establishment. He represents a challenge as well as a boost to the Democratic Party.
Juan CFebruary 23, 2020
How a Revolutionary Socialist Would Respond at the New Hampshire Debate
No candidate on the debate stage is advancing a program for socialist revolution. What might that look like?
Tatum ReganFebruary 9, 2020
What a Bernie Sanders Presidency Would Really Look Like
As Sanders continues to outperform his rivals in the polls, it's increasingly possible that the senator from Vermont could actually win the Democratic Primary and even the general election. But what would a Sanders presidency look like? And what challenges and opportunities would it present for the revolutionary Left?
James Dennis HoffFebruary 3, 2020
The Forever Election
The seemingly endless Democratic primary campaign will begin --- officially --- on February 3rd with the Iowa Caucus. The entire primary system is designed to remove power from the hands of the voters and place it in the hands of the party establishment.
Enid BrainJanuary 31, 2020