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Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Sen. Bernie Sanders took to the stage for the first night of the second Democratic presidential debates and left voters excited for what is coming next.
Women are as fired up as ever in the wake of several states passing sweeping anti-abortion laws.
2020 Democratic presidential candidates, including Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), Kamala Harris (D-CA) and Bernie Sanders (D-VT), are implementing three basic strategic platforms to defeat the GOP in the upcoming election.
Two presidential candidates, the DNC and RNC were among recipients. There's no evidence any elected official helped the donors' children gain acceptances.
Pete Buttigieg could be the first openly gay president of the United States.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) called the Democrats’ voting bill a “political power grab.”
In a stunning upset, 28-year-old political newcomer Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez defeated Rep. Joe Crowley, a powerful house Democrat.
Let me tell you about a hypothetical election between two candidates (A and B), who both happen to be very real. See if you can decide who would do the best job of the two of them.
4. Candidates There are umpires in place to make sure that the rules are abided by and who call out when they are not. Consequences
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One poll exists from New Mexico, but it is really too old to be very informative. Back in late February, Clinton was up over Sanders by 14 points (47 to 33 percent). That's not much to go on now, though.
We mostly assume that successful entrepreneurs are driven by their desire for money more than their desire to make a difference
The adults at our recent family BBQ will cancel each other's votes in the next presidential election. Yet we were all able to come together and eschew politics to chew on the best ribs in the whole world. And no one was offended, criticized, or shot -- and that's always a goal at my dinner parties.
We're really in the home stretch of the Democratic primaries now, as the last few territories and the last eight states will all be voting in the upcoming weeks. Tuesday night, Oregon and Kentucky will weigh in, and then the last six states (who, for some unfathomable reason, all decided to go last this year) will finally get a chance to vote.
Now that both parties have presumptive nominees for the 2016 Presidential election, given the outcomes of Tuesday's primaries in five states, we are all holding our breath to see what happens next.
The nation's smallest state will vote tomorrow night. Not a whole lot of polling exists here, but it's pretty clear on the Republican side. Donald Trump will sail to victory here, with a huge margin. John Kasich looks to take second, with Cruz far behind.
And shares what he believes is putting the Latino community in a difficult situation.
Tomorrow's New York primary will be the decisive one, the pundits tell us. It will join a long list of other primaries and caucuses which were also deemed to be the crucial one which would decide the whole race.
Check into candidates' backgrounds. Learn how they voted and what they have done in their own lives--not just what they say in media sound-bites written for them by professionals. Learn what they stand for before you trust them with your precious vote.