DCCC Chairman Steve Israel leaves the door open with gridlock over the Ex-Im Bank.
The new campaign will be the centerpiece of the party’s fall turnout operation.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee outraised its Republican counterpart by $1.3...
Democrats are trying to mitigate expected turnout dropoff among a core base constituency.
Rep. Israel says polling shows Dems “decisively winning on every single economic priority."
"Republicans so far at least haven’t been willing to step up," he said at a DCCC fundraiser.
The DCCC will send hard copies of Rep. Paul Ryan's budget to 30 candidates.
"You never predict the ninth inning in the first inning," the DCCC chairman said.
At the Harvard Institute of Politics, Ward said there were 38 districts the committee considers top...
The Democrats' paid attack hits 53 House Republicans over the GOP’s healthcare agenda.
House Democrats believe the ObamaCare fight has shifted in their favor.
Vice President Biden thinks the Republican attacks against Florida Democratic House candidate Alex...
“I think the Republican strategy of lawsuits ... is fundamentally misfiring," said Israel.
Dems ended June with $50.9M cash on hand to $42.5M cash in the bank for Republicans.
Dem campaign heads say GOP Leader Eric Cantor's primary loss means more conservative control.
DCCC makes early ad buys across 36 districts in preparation for uphill battle this November.
Neither committee has any debt.
The website highlights the wide array of scandals plaguing House Republicans.
DCCC chairman said that's true "to a significant extent."
DCCC Chairman Steve Israel offers a more measured appraisal of success than other Dems.
The Democratic House committee raised $1.6 million to the GOP's $1.3 million.
Democrats named 16 candidates to the list, highlighting its top midterm pickup opportunities.
Democrats' House campaign arm raised $6.8 million compared to the GOP's $6.1 million.
In a closed-door briefing, the DCCC chairman painted a favorable midterm political landscape.