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How to See Yourself in a Presidential Candidate
The crumbling of Elizabeth Warren’s presidential campaign just after Super Tuesday also spelled the end, many have mourned, of the most diverse primary field in history. The 2020 Democratic race
Julian Castro: Michael Bloomberg Is Trump’s 'Wet Dream'
Former 2020 Democratic candidate supporter Julián Castro, now a supporter of Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), said Tuesday on MSNBC that President Donald Trump's "wet dream" would be running against 2020
Bloomberg Is an Oligarch, Biden May Have Jumped the Shark and Warren’s Campaign Is Still in Park: 2020 Presidential Black Power Rankings, Week 28
It’s that time of year again when we get a little sad. Football is over (I was right; the team with the black quarterback won!), our favorite shows are coming to an end (Power’s series finale is
Julian Castro: Caucus Process 'Broken' - 'Not the Way That We Should Do Our Democracy'
While speaking to ABC News during their 2020 Iowa caucus coverage on Monday, Julián Castro, a surrogate for 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) reacted to the delay in
DNC Debate Rules Forced Diversity Out of the Democratic Presidential Race—and Then They Changed the Rules for a Really Rich White Man
When the race for president began with Sens. Kamala Harris and Cory Booker and former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julián Castro, it was hailed as the most diverse Democratic
Senators Sprint From D.C. for Flurry of Last-Minute Iowa Events
Three people were certain to be among the throngs descending on Iowa this weekend ahead of Monday’s caucuses: Senators Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar, hitting the ground running
Who is running for president? The full list of 2020 Democratic candidates
Almost two dozen Democratic candidates - and a few Republicans - are vying to be the one to take on Donald Trump in the 2020 race for the White House Continue reading...
Yang Extends His 15 Minutes, Buttigieg Is Still Serving His Penance and Michael Bennet Is Finally in It: 2020 Presidential Black Power Rankings, Week 27
Candidates Stuck in Washington Get Creative to Reach Iowans
Senators Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders and Amy Klobuchar are finding creative ways to engage with Iowans as the candidates remain stuck in Washington for Donald Trump’s impeachment trial less than
AOC vs. Jonathan Van Ness: Welcome to the Influencer War in Iowa
With three top 2020 Dems stuck in D.C. for the impeachment trial, Iowa is officially Surrogate City.
Warren Reassures Supporters Campaign Can Last Past Super Tuesday
Elizabeth Warren’s campaign sought to reassure supporters that she has the resources to sustain her candidacy after Super Tuesday despite recent drops in her polling in early-voting states.
Biden Says He’s Open To Considering O’Rourke Or Castro As His Running Mate
Former Vice President Joe Biden isn’t opposed to the idea of bringing on a former 2020 Democratic rival as his...
Julian Castro: Elizabeth Warren Brought Diversity to Debate Stage in Iowa
Former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julián Castro told reporters in the spin room after the Democrat debate at Drake University that Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) brought diversity to the
Democrat Candidate Deval Patrick Slams Debate Lack of Diversity
Democrat presidential candidate Deval Patrick slammed the lack of diversity among the 2020 Democratic field of candidates ahead of Tuesday night's Democrat primary debate.
Warren-Sanders Peace Pact Faces Test at Tonight’s Crucial Debate
The longstanding nonaggression pact between Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders will be under strain at the seventh Democratic presidential debate Tuesday night after recent reports that Sanders has
The Fallen: 15 Democrats Who Dropped Out Before a Single 2020 Vote Was Cast
One by one, 15 of the president's fiercest critics have dropped out of the race, unable to garner support to take on the man they believe is public enemy number one.
Cory Booker Spent Over $14 Million on Failed Presidential Campaign
Sen. Cory Booker wasted over $14 million on his failed presidential campaign, according to estimates based on federal election records.
Bloomberg Gets First Nod from a Congressman: Campaign Update
Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg received his first endorsement from a member of Congress.
Elizabeth Warren Woos Women to Turn Around Her Campaign
Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren, who has seen her national lead dwindle on the eve of the Iowa caucuses, is turning back to a bloc of voters she once appeared to have locked up:
Biden Hints He Opposed Obama’s Controversial Deportation Policy
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden suggested Saturday that he opposed Barack Obama’s deportation policy, but didn’t speak out because he was vice president.