People who were paid to tell America who Mike Bloomberg really is are finding out who Mike Bloomberg really is.
The Republican Majority Fund is airing a new attack ad on Democratic presidential frontrunner Joe Biden in Ohio five days before the state’s primary.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders pledged his campaign would move forward following another series of major losses on Super Tuesday 2.0.
Bernie Sanders captured his first win in Super Tuesday 2.0 in the North Dakota Democratic caucuses after losing to Joe Biden in every other state to vote this week except Washington, where the race remains too close to call.
Michigan is the largest of the six states to vote this week in Super Tuesday 2.0 and the first major Midwestern battleground to vote in the primary.
Biden will now take a majority of the state’s 68 delegates to put Biden closer to the 1,991 of the 3,979 needed to clinch the nomination in Milwaukee.
Biden will now add Mississippi to his growing list of southern state wins after having swept every state in the south to vote this far.
The survival of Bernie Sanders’ campaign hinges on a path to 1,991 delegates, but as Joe Biden widens his lead, the mountain for Sanders gets steeper to climb.
Elizabeth Warren bowed out of the presidential race following poor performances in the Super Tuesday primaries where she placed third in her home state.
There is a new candidate in the Democratic primary. His name is Barack Obama.
Emily Jashinsky and Christopher Bedford sit down to discuss the political fallout post-Super Tuesday and the coronavirus pandemic on The Federalist Radio Hour.
Tuesday’s results give Republicans reason to be optimistic about their lineup of candidates in position to take back the House in November.
Elites loved her. The media loved her. Liberals loved her, but it wasn’t enough to propel the progressive champion to the Democratic nomination.
After a poor showing on Super Tuesday, Michael Bloomberg woke up Wednesday morning having only scored 44 delegates with $5.1 million spent per delegate.
Why did Mike Bloomberg flop on Super Tuesday? Mostly it’s because Joe Biden found his mojo.
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.
Joe Biden confused his wife for his sister Tuesday night when introducing them on stage as he celebrated big wins in the Super Tuesday primaries.
The size of Sanders’ victory hinges on whether the other candidates will meet the threshold to land delegates to split the 415 delegate prize.
The Associated Press called Utah in favor of Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., during the Democratic primary night dubbed “Super Tuesday.”
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