Tagged: 2020 Presidential Election
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.
Here’s one thing we can say with absolute certainty regarding the 2020 Presidential Election — generational change is going to have to wait for another four to eight years.
Something unexpected happened when my pick to be the likely nominee was staring at the campaign grim reaper just as South Carolina closed its polls…
Symposium: The Sanders’ candidacy (and hopefully, eventual presidency) is an important step re-situating the Democratic Party as one built around the needs of working people and as a bulwark against right-wing populism.
Symposium: Harris carries with her an opportunity that no other Democratic candidate brings: the possibility of beating back the white-nationalist/alt-right wing of the Republican Party
There are three tiers of presidential hopefuls right now: three Senators fighting for second place, the rest of the mess much lower, and Joe Biden all alone with a healthy lead.
I felt like a pro, zigzagging through rush-hour congestion, determined not to miss Betomania. Honestly, what is the fuss over a gangly, skateboarding, punk rocker of the Democrat Party? I decided to discover the draw for myself.
Her public image is the worst of any losing presidential candidate since at least Gerald Ford.
His announcement was not surprising, having made little secret of his ambition for higher office. At 44, he will be one of the younger candidates, something he is used to as he has been youngest city council member, youngest mayor, and youngest Obama cabinet official over the course of his career.
Democratic Rep. Tulsi Gabbard announced she’s running for president in 2020. Or rather, she annoucned that she is going to announce in a released clip from her forthcoming interview with CNN’s Van Jones.
In a move that was surprising only in the timing, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D, MA) released a launch video and a notice of forming an exploratory committee for a 2020 White House bid. The later move allows her to officially begin fundraising, staff a campaign, and become the first of the known name candidates to declare.
Trump’s re-election numbers look worse than his predecessor’s, in more ways than one.
The media is itching for a competitive 2020 Republican Primary fight. But actual Republicans? Not so much.
The “Bunker Mentality” is nothing new in the White House. Almost every president of the modern era has been accused of it at various points. President Trump could be said to have been in such posture from day one.
If the left see Avenatti busy about the work of the resistance while elected officials only talk about it, with little to show for it, the opening for an outsider might be an Avenatti-sized hole in 2020.
California goes plurality Hispanic, spelling trouble for the GOP.