Georgia officials are on the cusp of certifying Republican Brian Kemp as the winner of the gubernatorial race, but Democrat Stacey Abrams refuses to back down. In an unprecedented move, Ms. Abrams and her campaign team may go to court to contest the election.
Tom Perez, chair of the Democratic National Committee, talks up his party's wins in the midterms, strategy for 2020, and his unending faith in the Buffalo Bills with reporters at a Monitor Breakfast.
In Georgia's highly contested election for governor, former Secretary of State Brian Kemp has declared victory, but Stacy Abrams' campaign argues that there are enough outstanding votes to force a runoff.
While federal law states that an immigrant can apply for asylum within a year of arriving in the United States, regardless of how they entered, President Trump plans to restrict asylum claims to those who apply only at a legal port-of-entry.
At a Monitor Breakfast, DNC Chairman Tom Perez pointed to Democratic wins in red states like Kansas, and the ouster of incumbent Sen. Dean Heller in Nevada, as indicators of what he calls a "50-state strategy" for the party.
New Mexico will become the first state to send a delegation made up of people of color to the House. Deb Haaland and Ben Ray Luján will represent the state as Democrats, along with the winner of a close race between Yvette Herrell and Xochitl Torres Small.