“I really feel that Elizabeth Warren would have a better shot at unifying the left and the center," said one Working Families Party leader.
“I hope there’s an age limit,” he joked, without mentioning that Democratic candidates Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders would turn 80 in office if elected.
The Working Families Party endorsed Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) in the 2016 election cycle.
"The American people have the right to know about whether the person they are going to be voting for ... is healthy," said the Vermont senator.
Democrats have long contended their support for gun control laws doesn't mean they want to take away law-abiding citizen's firearms.
Biden can't seem to shake questions about his consistency and whispers about his fitness for office.
The much-anticipated confrontation between leading 2020 candidates Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders never really came to fruition.
The ABC News debate is the first limited to one night after several candidates dropped out and others failed to meet new qualification standards.
“I think there is a political process, and people will make their own choices,” Sanders told Yahoo News. “But I’m feeling pretty good about the future.”
Although he's closest to Warren ideologically, Sanders believes voters who back Biden are the most persuadable.
The union's president said climate change is real, but thinks coal miners won't be taken care of in progressives' effort to address it.
The Democratic presidential candidate warned of global warming's potential contribution to the storm's development.
“What’s going to carry us as Democrats is not playing it safe,” Warren said as she and Sanders promised they can beat President Donald Trump.
The president's son tweeted a video of Sanders getting hit by a punching bag and suggested it "wouldn’t exactly strike fear in the minds of our adversaries."
The front-runners will finally all face off on the same stage.
The progressive presidential contender’s staff and volunteers have led 11,000 events, according to his campaign.
"We need to rebuild and protect a diverse and truly independent press," the senator from Vermont and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate wrote.
The United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers union (UE) shares his unabashed anti-corporate populism.
While more than half of Americans rejected socialism in a recent Gallup poll, 43% surveyed said some version of it would be good for the country.