Bernie Sanders is ending his presidential campaign
As a media strategy, Elizabeth Warren’s “Fighting Digital Misinformation” plan makes sense. As far as persuading voters, it’s highly questionable strategery.
Cory Booker announces that he will be returning to his day job as Senator from New Jersey.
The latest, and mercifully the last, Democratic Debate for 2019 is in the books. Let’s talk about it.
So, what’s the purpose of primaries anyway? Are they a process by which a political party selects its nominees, or is a function of the overall US election system?
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: You want someone who can beat Trump. That’s the most important issue. Hell, that’s the ONLY issue. And Joe Biden can beat Trump.
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.
10 candidates, 5 moderators, 4 front-runners, and lots of cross talk: Night two of the Democratic debates is in the books.
10 candidates, almost as many moderators, 2 languages, 1 glaring technical glitch, and a whole lot of crosstalk: Night one of the Democratic debates is in the books.
With two nights and 20 candidates, it is highly likely the debate festivities will be less Rumble in the Jungle and more Slog in South Beach.
After a very long courtship, Joe Biden has decided to commit. For the third time, the former senator VP will run for president.
There has to be an underdog to the story, whether he wins or not, and Mayor Pete Buttigieg checks a lot of those boxes.
Four states went to the polls Tuesday for primary voting election day, setting up general election showdowns for several Senate seats, OH Gov, and a slew of Congressional districts in West Virginia, Ohio, Indiana, and North Carolina.