The mainstream media will spend a lot of effort this year reporting on Trump voters, but very little effort trying to understand or empathize with them.
On Wednesday night, Iowa Democratic Party Chairman Troy Price resigned from his position amid the catastrophic Iowa caucuses.
In the days leading up to the New Hampshire primary, Joe Biden hosted a town hall where he insulted an attendee for asking him a tough question.
With an entire nation watching Iowa, the Democratic Party had their chance to show that all the changes they’ve made since 2016 had made them better. Instead, they utterly failed to deliver.
While it is admittedly entertaining to watch a Democratic presidential candidate waste hundreds of millions of his own money with nothing to show for it, I prefer the version with John Candy and Richard Pryor.
But many voters here still say they’re undecided going into Tuesday’s primary, and are eager for a first-hand look at Buttigieg.
At the center of the Iowa caucus chaos lies the little-known, ‘shoestring’ app developer, Shadow Inc., now made infamous for its role in producing the app that would eventually torpedo Monday’s results.
According to the latest data, Pete Buttigieg won the caucus and Bernie Sanders won the popular vote. Sanders won the first popular vote, the second popular vote, and is tied for delegates at 11.
The fall of Biden would mean the Democratic Party’s best hope to prevent a Bernie Sanders nomination is Pete Buttigieg. That should worry Democrats.
Instead of the first-place finisher enjoying the benefits of dominating the morning news cycle along with appearing in headlines in every newspaper across the country, the caucuses ended without the results made public.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa — Iowa Democrats are kicking off the presidential primary Monday with 11 candidates vying for the chance to challenge President Donald Trump this fall.
The Iowa caucus has always been confusing, but this year new rules and a surge of new voters will make it more confusing than ever.
Democrats across Iowa remain largely undecided on who to caucus for in the first-in-the-nation contest now just three days away.
Such depth and substance is why the Democrat debates are worth watching. Who wants to listen to the actual merits (or lack thereof) of the candidates when they can argue over who said what?
The top six Democratic candidates will face off on stage tonight for the seventh and final debate before the first primary votes are cast in the 2020 election.
A newly released CBS News poll shows a three way tie between Pete Buttigieg, Bernie Sanders, and Joe Biden for the front-runner position in Iowa.
With just one month left before the Iowa Caucus, Iowa State University is stifling students’ First Amendment rights in regards to the 2020 campaign.
Time is running out for some candidates to make their pitch to voters before the first votes of the 2020 election are cast.
Both Iowa polling numbers and recently released ourth quarter fundraising dollars indicate the Elizabeth Warren campaign is flatlining.
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