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Democrats' Victories Give a 'Formula for Success': Analysis

"He has gotten a shot across the bow," said the party's chairman, Tom Perez

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    Democrat Candidates Take Top Three Virginia Positions

    Democrat Ralph Northam won the hard fought Virginia governor's race over Republican Ed Gillespie, and Democrats also won Virginia's lieutenant governor and attorney general offices. News4's Julie Carey and David Culver report.

    (Published Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017)

    Democrats had blow-out victories in Virginia and across the country Tuesday, leaving party officials in the unfamiliar position — winning — as they prepare for next year's midterm elections, NBC News reported.

    The party had come up short in every special congressional election this year, much of which was spent in-fighting. But President Donald Trump's unpopularity is starting to pay off at the ballot box.

    "The America that Donald Trump left when he went to South Korea bares little resemblance to the America that he will return to because he has gotten a shot across the bow," Democratic National Committee Chair Tom Perez told NBC News. "The formula for success (Tuesday night) is the formula for success we're using everywhere."

    Now, the party is drawing lessons from what the outgoing Virginia governor, a former DNC chair himself, called a "jet takeoff" of a lift for the party: Ride the wave, compete in more districts, rock the suburbs and more.

    Democrats Release Memo to Counter GOP's FBI Claims

    [NATL-NY] Democrats Release Memo to Counter GOP's FBI Claims

    A redacted, declassified memo released by Democrats on the House intelligence committee Saturday aims to counter a narrative that Republicans on the committee have pushed for months — that the FBI and Justice Department conspired against President Donald Trump during his presidential campaign, abusing a secret surveillance process to spy on one of his operatives in its Russia investigation. Checkey Beckford reports.

    (Published Sunday, Feb. 25, 2018)