Originally published in The New York Times. Photo by Sarah Rice. By calling Warren’s approach “condescending,” “angry” and elitist, Biden and his allies are making a risky case against a female candidate. He says the criticism has nothing to do with gender. CONCORD, N.H. — Senator Elizabeth Warren is “instructing” voters on what to believe. … Continue reading Biden’s Attacks on Warren Turn Personal, Drawing Some Complaints of Sexism
Originally published on FoxNews.com Following 10 busy days that included leading a bipartisan delegation to the Mideast in the wake of the U.S. withdrawal from Syria, an unannounced trip to meet Afghanistan’s president and visit U.S. commanders and troops there, and delivering back-to-back eulogies for her brother Thomas D’Allessandro and beloved colleague Elijah Cummings, Nancy Pelosi moved … Continue reading Mary Anne Marsh: When Pelosi sets her sights on something she will not be denied. (Trump should be worried)
Listen to the full podcast. On The Campaign with Bret Baier, Mary Anne Marsh, a principal at Dewey Square Group and Democratic political analyst, discusses what it takes to run a presidential campaign, the strengths and weaknesses of the candidates style of campaigning and more.
Originally published on FoxNews.com “If we were confident the president did not commit a crime we would have said so,” Special Counsel Robert Mueller said at a May press conference after releasing his eponymous report. Now, we may find out what Mueller was talking about. On Friday, as Trump and Republicans continued to attack the … Continue reading Mary Anne Marsh: The walls are closing in on President Trump
Listen on WGBH.org. Will Representative Joe Kennedy announce he's running for US Senate against incumbent Sen. Ed Markey? WGBH Morning Edition Host Joe Mathieu sat down with Democratic strategist and consultant Mary Anne Marsh to discuss her thoughts on a potential Kennedy-Markey race, as well as her prediction on who will get the Democratic nomination in the … Continue reading Mary Anne Marsh: It’s A Matter Of When, Not If, Kennedy Runs Against Markey
Originally published on BostonGlobe.com. WASHINGTON — Senator Ed Markey stood in front of the US Capitol on Tuesday surrounded by about 20 climate change activists young enough to be on a school field trip but who are energizing a movement that potentially holds the key to his reelection. Kallan Benson, 15, from Maryland, said she … Continue reading Ed Markey could get a boost from young climate change activists in a primary against Joe Kennedy
Originally published on FoxNews.com. Shannon Watts is a mother of five in suburban Indianapolis. When the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting occurred in 2012 in Newtown, Conn. – taking the lives of 20 children and six school staff members who died trying to save students – Watts decided she had to do something. She did. Watts started … Continue reading Mary Anne Marsh: Mitch McConnell, it’s time for you to stand up to Trump and the NRA