It’s long past time our elected politicians use the powers they have to protect their constituents from the powerful and wealthy private interests who have so casually set us in their sights.
Sure, our leaders in Washington, cowering from death behind COVID masks and ideologically vetted Guardsmen, might be convinced of their own power, but is Jeff Bezos?
Despite recent history proving money can’t buy elections, Democrats haven’t changed their tune because the call for ‘getting money out of politics’ was never about money; it was always about ideas.
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.
Each campaign has stakes, some high, some low, but whatever happens, South Carolina will set the Super Tuesday battle lines.
Seven candidates will go head-to-head Tuesday night for their last primetime match-up before the South Carolina primary and Super Tuesday.
Joe Biden secured the endorsement of longtime South Carolina Congressman James Clyburn Monday days before the first southern contest of the primary.
Candidates took the stage in Manchester for the eighth time Friday in the last Democratic presidential debate before the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday.
Six Democratic candidates faced each other on stage last night for the seventh and final time before the first votes are cast in the 2020 election.
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?
Steyer will join five other candidates on stage including Biden, Warren, Sanders, Buttigieg, and Klobuchar next Tuesday in Des Moines, Iowa.
Thursday night’s debate might have been the last for Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar, tech entreprenuer Andrew Yang, and businessman Tom Steyer.
Former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg has purchased at least $31 million in TV advertising as the businessman gears up to make a last-minute entrance in the 2020 presidential race
Former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg would join 17 other candidates already in the race.
A top aide to 2020 Democratic hopeful and billionaire Tom Steyer has reportedly offered money to local Iowa politicians in exchange for their endorsement.
The Marianne Williamson campaign released a statement saying the DNC is using only 11 polls, not the promised 18, to determine a candidate’s debate qualifications.
Billionaire Democratic Party donor Tom Steyer made himself a household name with his crusade to impeach President Trump. But that’s strangely not at the forefront of his presidential bid.
Billionaire George Soros has officially launched a new political action committee this week to promote Democratic candidates in the 2020 elections.
The same factors that have encouraged other Democrats unlikely to win have led the billionaire to run. The only difference is that he has more money.
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