As the 2020 presidential campaign season approaches full bloom, Democrats are launching a full push to keep their candidate off the debate stage.
Columnists from the New York Times and Washington Post have suggested “rethinking” the debate format, perhaps in fear of a poor Biden performance.
The lockdowns are ending, it is time for the 2020 general election to truly begin.
The Democrats have realized that things are pretty good. It’s a tough spot.
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Former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julian Castro ended his campaign for the 2020 Democratic nomination on Thursday.
The plan unveiled on Monday is a sharp reversal from what Sen. Kamala Harris has previously stood for as an aggressive prosecutor.
Former Rep. John Delaney released a statement Wednesday before the debate, blasting Sens. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren for their debate strategy.
Williamson’s rhetoric reaches an audience of millions of voters hungry for a new kind of ‘religious left’ to act as a counterweight to the ‘religious right’ that has dominated the discussion of religion in politics
Ten candidates seeking the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination took to the stage Tuesday night in an event that largely focused on policy.
Hosted by CNN, this week’s debates are slated to be held in Detroit, Michigan, a state President Donald Trump won by less than 1 percent in 2016.
U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard is taking Google to court for election interference following the suspension of her campaign advertising account.
Joe Biden declared Wednesday he is not going “to be as polite” at the second round of Democratic debates held next week in Detroit.
Even Democratic candidates who had previously held more pro-Second Amendment positions are now advocating for universal background checks and gun buy-backs.
The Democrats’ 2020 primary debate lineup is out. So who were the winners, and who were the losers?
The white, blonde senator from New York is consistently polling below 1 percent among all Democratic presidential candidates.
Based on the reasons given for blocking Fox News, the Democrats have even more cause to remove the News Net from its debate schedule.
As with Alex Trebek the quiz show host, Trebek the moderator should seek to blend himself into the background, rather than seeking even more power to make a spectacle of himself:
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