It was Scott Walker himself whose continued bragging about how he had taken away the rights of workers in his home state that actually did him in.
Sanders' clear and powerful speeches presenting this program are resonating with masses of working people, but can this last?
I'm hoping that Native Americans are going to be able to directly ask questions of the presidential candidates.
There has been an unprecedented amount of unity around the AFL-CIO's raising wages agenda, pushing the major candidates for the same thing.
Bernie is dealing with real issues: control the 1 % has over the country, power of money in elections, massive disparity between the ultra-rich and millions who live in poverty.
Not since the days of Eugene Debs' bid for the presidency from his prison cell has a socialist candidate garnered so much attention and support.
Announcements by candidates running for president are coming fast and furious; the 2016 election campaign has begun.
"We ran a positive campaign. We kept it focused on the issues and the residents of Ward 20 responded. Democracy is the real winner in this campaign."
Emanuel's narrative was that he is leading the city in the right direction, making hard decisions. Chuy challenged this narrative as not being enough.
The reawakening of a broad-based progressive coalition will have political consequences well beyond this election, through new electoral infrastructure.