Quentin James

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Quentin James is a founder of Collective PAC, which supports black candidates and other progressives.

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Hillary Clinton's stunning defeat left the Democratic Party out in the cold – not only in Washington -- but all around the country.  Her new  memoir , with its sharp words about Bernie…

New blood v. old guard: The Democratic Party's way forward

Hillary Clinton's stunning defeat left the Democratic Party out in the cold – not only in Washington -- but all around the country.  Her new memoir , with its sharp words about Bernie…

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