While most primary coverage focuses on whether Biden can sweep Mississippi or whether Sanders can repeat his surprise victory in Michigan, the most decisive Tuesday win for Biden could be on the West Coast.
It’s conventional wisdom that a Biden coronation and a hyper-disciplined party apparatus coalescing will bring everything back to normal in the frayed Democratic field. Not so fast.
Elizabeth Warren bowed out of the presidential race following poor performances in the Super Tuesday primaries where she placed third in her home state.
Elites loved her. The media loved her. Liberals loved her, but it wasn’t enough to propel the progressive champion to the Democratic nomination.
The Super Tuesday narrative is that Biden was vindicated and he’s stronger than ever, but the primary map and the upcoming states suggest otherwise.
As Super Tuesday results rolled in, one thing became abundantly clear: The media completely blew it yet again.
Biden’s victory marks the former vice president’s first New England win of the contest after sweeping each state to vote so far in the South.
The great paradox of Bernie Sanders’ 2020 campaign is that, thanks to this year’s fragmented field, he has a better shot at the nomination while drawing a smaller percentage of the vote than in 2016.
The Democratic primary just got much more interesting as lifelines were extended to Mike Bloomberg and Elizabeth Warren.
In a speech given at the annual AIPAC convention, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg attacked Bernie Sanders on his anti-Israel foreign policy.
The great thing about America is that Americans often tell The New York Times exactly where they can stick it. Elizabeth Warren just learned that lesson.
Tom Steyer announced he is dropping out of the 2020 presidential race Saturday night after South Carolina primary results indicated the billionaire would be leaving the state with zero delegates.
Bloomberg explained why he believes America will choose him over Trump this fall by characterizing those who swept Trump into office as unintelligent.
Each campaign has stakes, some high, some low, but whatever happens, South Carolina will set the Super Tuesday battle lines.
The presence of Bloomberg on stage finally opened up a lot of hidden fissures. What followed was a clash of two distinct cultures within the Democratic Party.
More than 200 members of the Cherokee Nation penned an open letter to Elizabeth Warren Wednesday urging her to ‘fully address the harm’ she caused by falsely identifying as a Native American for years.
In a fiery debate in which the moderators appeared practically absent, the candidates traded angry barbs at each other, especially targeting Bernie Sanders.
During the 10th round of Democratic debates in Charleston, South Carolina, Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts unknowingly admitted abortions are bad.
Seven candidates will go head-to-head Tuesday night for their last primetime match-up before the South Carolina primary and Super Tuesday.
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