The Senator from Minnesota is no longer a candidate for Vice President.
Looking back at my predictions about the 2020 Democratic race.
The former VP is focused on beating Bernie Sanders but his team is looking ahead.
Nate Silver now gives Biden an 87% chance of winning the nomination outright.
Women didn’t vote for her either. But that doesn’t mean sexism didn’t play a role in her loss.
The races are more alike—and yet more different—than we seem to remember.
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.
Not a great night for the former New York major. But he still has $54.5 billion to comfort him.
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 Iowa winner and New Hampshire runner-up has acknowledged the inevitable.
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.
There’s a campaign to encourage anti-Trump Republicans and independents to vote in New Hampshire.
The 2016 frontrunners at this stage won their nominations easily. But that’s often not the case.
Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden both brought in impressive fundraising numbers for the final quarter of 2019.