Obama and Pelosi will attend a fundraiser at green activist Tom Steyer's home.
Rep. Steve Israel (D-N.Y.) attributed part of the challenge to “top of the ticket drag."
Party is clinging to a few rays of hope as they try to limit GOP gains in the lower chamber.
The DCCC is chipping in another $1.3 million to protect vulnerable incumbents.
House Democrats' campaign arm has released ads accusing the GOP of misplaced priorities.
Democratic House hopefuls are attacking the controversial minority leader on air.
The likely 2016 candidate will headline a fundraiser for House Democratic women candidates.
He won't head the campaign committee for a third time but still wants a seat at the table.
“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.
The conservative radio host wants the DCCC to retract an allegedly defamatory statement.
House Democrats raised $172 million this cycle, mostly from small donors online.
House Democrats are struggling in districts where President Obama is unpopular.
The DCCC raised $7 million online last month and has netted $163.2 million this cycle.
The DCCC is giving up on an open Virginia seat to help protect Rep. Ami Bera (D-Calif.).
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee raised $10.2 million in August.
Dems raised $7 million online, just $1 million less than the total raised by the GOP.
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."