The “Biden must pick a black woman” plea may be masking a different agenda.
Looking back at my predictions about the 2020 Democratic race.
It doesn’t look like the Progressive wing is uniting any time soon.
Women didn’t vote for her either. But that doesn’t mean sexism didn’t play a role in her loss.
Four highly-qualified (and two less-qualified) women ran and lost in 2020.
She lost in both of her home states. She shouldn’t be embarrassed.
A bad night for Bloomberg and Warren has radically reshaped the race.
96 percent of the delegates have yet to be awarded. How can the race be down to two?
The final delegate count may well be skewed.
The women, minority, and non-geriatric candidates have been all but eliminated from the race.
She’s continuing to swing at the candidates beating her at the polls.
The 78-year-old is the Comeback Kid. And the only chance of preventing a Bernie Sanders nomination.
He’s campaigning in her home state and Amy Klobuchar’s, too. And may win both.
Competing in fourteen states plus overseas territories in one day is expensive.
Biden’s support is in decline. But it’s not clear that Buttigieg is getting an Iowa bounce.
The Vermont Senator is a better politician than most give him credit for.
Next week’s Democratic debate could have as few as five candidates.
Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden both brought in impressive fundraising numbers for the final quarter of 2019.
“Medicare For All” is the centerpiece of Elizabeth Warren’s campaign for President, but she’s not talking about it as much as she used to.
A much smaller debate stage led to a much better debate last night.
It’s time for the last Democratic debate of 2019, and the stage will be smaller than it has at any time in the past.
What lessons are there for the United States in general, and Democrats in particular, in last weeks British election?
With Kamala Harris”s exit from the race, some are raising questions about why minority candidates have failed to break through in a party that has a very diverse base.
It’s time to start speculating about a brokered convention again,even though it probably isn’t going to happen.
Former President Obama has been largely quiet about the race for the Democratic nomination, but that may not last.
Even as candidates like Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders continue to base their campaigns on it, Democrats appear to be growing skeptical of ‘Medicare For All.’
The latest poll out of New Hampshire shows four candidates at the top in a very close race.
Andrew Yang is upset about the fact that he’s largely being ignored at the Democratic debates. He’s right, but that’s at least partly his fault.
A Senate Impeachment trial in early January would have a serious impact on the race for the Democratic nomination.
The fifth Democratic debate brought some candidate clashes, but hardly the no-holds-barred type of event you might expect for this late in the pre-primary process.
Taking a look at the state of the race as Democratic prepare to clash in tonight’s fifth debate.
Former Vice-President Joe Biden continues to hold a strong lead in South Carolina even while slipping in other early states.
A new poll shows Pete Buttigieg surging in Iowa, where the Caucuses are 92 days away.
Two weeks after the most recent debate, Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren are pulling ahead in the polls.