Democrats aren't used to spending in districts that were once a lock for them.
Some residents feel Democrats have taken their votes for granted.
Consumer sentiment increasingly splits along party lines, with partisans of whoever holds the White House far more optimistic.
Democrats need to make the Inflation Reduction Act live up to its promise, Felicia Wong of the Roosevelt Institute says.
Talk of a Supreme Court nomination is on everyone's lips these days, but Congress has an economic laundry list to address.
Republicans are bumming and Democrats are buoyant after the Biden inauguration, according to Morning Consult, a reverse of the Trump years.
Oil and gas companies are trying to protect their interests if Biden wins.
New Pew survey: Most Americans say current economy helps the rich, hurts the poor and middle class.
The first presidential forum on Native American issues happened this week.
In a crowded field, Democratic presidential hopefuls are scrambling for attention.