Debbie Wasserman Schultz


Debbie Wasserman Schultz News

  • Florida Republican’s U.S. House Win Fuels Obamacare Fight

    Republican David Jolly’s victory in a special election in Florida’s 13th Congressional District, upsetting a Democratic rival in a race that drew at least $8.8 million in spending by outside groups, opens a season of midterm elections that could revolve around Obamacare.

  • Florida Republican’s U.S. House Win Fuels Obamacare Fight

    Republican David Jolly won a special election in Florida’s 13th Congressional District, upsetting a Democratic rival in a race that drew at least $8.8 million in spending by outside groups as both parties cast it as a test for Obamacare and November’s midterm elections.

  • Labor Gains in Washington Amid Falling Union Membership

    After snubbing the 2012 Democratic National Convention, labor leaders are this year pledging a flood of cash and volunteers for the party’s U.S. Senate candidates -- and getting plenty in return.

  • Ports Seek Hedge Against Congress Gridlock in Water Bill

    Congress has run aground and Port Everglades doesn’t want to.

  • Christie Dodging Jersey Traffic Jam on Republican Road

    If Chris Christie is seen as a presidential contender, the eyes of Texas couldn’t find him.

  • Christie Meets Florida Donors in Private Amid Democratic Taunts

    New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, his administration dogged by probes into last year’s traffic jam at the George Washington Bridge, repaired to friendlier turf yesterday: private political fundraisers in Florida.

  • Wasserman Schultz Says Romney Like ‘Jell-O’ (Transcript)

    Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz said in an interview on Bloomberg Television’s “Political Capital with Al Hunt,” airing this weekend, that Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is like “Jell-O” and fails to take firm positions on important issues.

  • Priebus Says Gender Battle Fictional as Caterpillar War

    The leaders of the two political parties clashed over the role of gender in U.S. elections, with the Democrat saying her opponents have been “shockingly out of touch” on women’s issues and the Republican saying Democrats and the media have created a phony conflict.

  • Christie’s Deputy Linked in E-Mails to Bridge Closing

    A top Chris Christie aide told a Port Authority of New York and New Jersey executive that it was “time for some traffic problems” a few weeks before surprise lane closings on the George Washington Bridge backed up miles of road in a town whose mayor didn’t endorse the governor.

  • Party Leader Says Obama to Press Romney at Debate (Transcript)

    U.S. Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Florida, the Democrats’ national party chairwoman, said in an interview on Bloomberg Television’s “Political Capital with Al Hunt,” airing this weekend, that she expects President Barack Obama to actively challenge Mitt Romney when the two presidential candidates meet for their second debate, and accused the Republican challenger of lying during the candidates first face-off this week.

Advertisement
Sponsored Links
Advertisement
Curation software by Lingospot