Tagged: 2020 election
There will be no replay of Jill Stein pulling 30K votes in a state won by only 23K in 2016.
Crisis reveals character, the old saying goes. Our institutions and leaders are having that exact experience right now.
Welp, that was some week, and the weekend was just as nuts. As we start to careen into the Fourth of July holiday, we need to handle a bit of business from the week...
Since I last wrote about this race in April, the President’s chances have only gotten worse and a blue wave is now in play as much as a Trump squeaker is.
First comes the tap out, then comes the cash in.
Over three months into his campaign and two debate rounds later, Joe Biden remains the clear frontrunner. Can anyone else in the race stop him and how can they?
Symposium: The answer to the question, “Who are you voting for?” is clear: It’s Warren E, and she’s here to Regulate.
Night two of the second Democratic Debate has come and gone with a very simple dynamic: Joe Biden was center stage both in where he was standing and in being the focus of incoming fire.