California is set up throw a huge curve ball into the 2020 Presidential nomination fight.
Faced with the prospect of a large field like the one Republicans had in 2016, Democrats are trying to figure out how to handle debates. So far, the ideas being put forward are as bad as what the GOP ended up doing.
Tennessee will have an open Senate seat in 2020 thanks to Lamar Alexander’s decision to retire at the end of his current term.
Republicans scored a win in Court last week, but it seems likely to lead to a political loss in the long-term.
Former Vice-President Biden and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders are, not surprisingly, leading the early polls for the 2020 Democratic nomination.
Cory Booker’s interest in running for President has been an open secret for some time, now he’s being far less coy about it.
American troops have been in Afghanistan for seventeen years now, it’s time to bring them all home.
Michael Avenatti, the California lawyer best known for representing Stormy Daniels in her claims against the President, is dropping a bid for the Democratic nomination that never seemed like a serious effort.
Bernie Sanders has not officially said that he’s running for President, but he’s reportedly planning a much more aggressive campaign than what we saw in 2016 if he does.
He says he won’t announce anything until after the start of 2019, but Joe Biden is sure sounding like a guy who’s running for President.
The 2020 campaign is already heating up, and California Senator Kamala Harris could be one of the first serious candidates for President to throw her hat in the ring.
After initially saying no, Texas Congressman Beto O’Rourke is now reopening the door to the idea of running for President.
Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar is reportedly considering a bid for the Democratic Presidential Nomination in 2020.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says he’s not running for President in 2020.
Sherrod Brown pulled off the only statewide Democratic victory in Ohio on November 6th. Because of that, he’s being looked at as a potential 2020 candidate for President.
Is Donald Trump thinking about dumping Mike Pence in 2020? Probably not, but that’s not going to stop the speculation.
It would be a rather quixotic effort, but Jeff Flake isn’t ruling out challenging the President for the Republican nomination in 2020.
Former HUD Secretary Julián Castro is preparing a run for the White House in 2020.
Starbucks Founder Howard Schultz is apparently considering running for President.
Who’s John Delaney? Well, he’s a Congressman from Maryland who’s apparently running for President.
Democratic pickups in several state legislatures could impact redistricting after the 2020 Census.
Beto O’Rourke should consider running again in 2020, but not for President.
With the election over, New York’s junior Senator seems to have changed her mind about running for President.
With the 2020 Campaign set to begin as soon as the 2018 campaign ends, Democrats find themselves facing an age issue.
Michael Bloomberg is flirting with the idea of running for President in 2020. He’s done this before, of course, but this time he seems far more serious.
Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper’s name may be unfamiliar, but he’s looking to change that.
To the surprise of absolutely nobody, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders hints that he’s thinking of running for President in 2020.
Surely a celebrity hound with no political experience can’t become President. Right?
Hillary Clinton is hinting about maybe running in 2020 again. Is she serious, or is this just a publicity stunt?
New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand says she has no intention of running for President in 2020.
Add yet another name to the potential Democratic campaign field in 2020.
Some Democrats and political pundits are putting Texas Congressman Beto O’Rourke forward as a potential 2020 candidate, but he says no.
Bernie Sanders could find repeating the success of 2016 in 2020 may not be so easy.
Rather than cauterizing an open wound, she’s fanned the fuels of a fire.
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley says he would not consider a Supreme Court nominee in 2020. But does he really mean it?
After a long and contentious battle, Brett Kavanaugh has been confirmed to become the 114th Supreme Court Justice.
After passing on the opportunity in 2016, Elizabeth Warren is leaving the door open to a run for President in 2020.
Ohio billionaire Les Wexner was a top Republican donor and fundraiser in Ohio, but not anymore.
As expected, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo easily fended off a challenge from actress Cynthia Nixon. Let the Presidential speculation begin.
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey has selected former Senator Jon Kyl to replace John McCain in the Senate.
Democrats have pulled the trigger and essentially eliminated the power of superdelegates except in the unlikely event that a nominating convention goes to a second ballot.
Here’s what will happen regarding the selection of a successor to Senator McCain.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says she’d like to stay on the Court at least until she turns 90, but it’s unlikely she’ll go anywhere voluntarily as long as Donald Trump is President.
Notwithstanding his dismissive public rhetoric about the former Vice-President, Donald Trump apparently sees Joe Biden as his biggest potential threat in 2020.
If President Trump’s trade war continues, it could have a serious impact on the political fortunes of President Trump and his party.
Ohio Congressman Tim Ryan, who challenged Nancy Pelosi for a leadership spot in 2016, is telling supporters he’s running for President in 2020.
Republicans will hold their 2020 National Convention in the same city that hosted the Democrats back in 2012.
The midterm elections are still four months away, but Democrats are already making moves to prepare for the race for their party’s Presidential nomination in 2020.