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Nov 14 2019
Former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick is making a late run for the Democratic presidential nomination, he announced Thursday in a video on his official website.
Patrick, a close friend and ally of former President Barack Obama, ruled out a presidential bid earlier this year but has since been talking with Democratic operatives and donors about launching a campaign.
His stepBreitbart News
Jul 01 2015
Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign on Wednesday announced a massive fundraising haul in the quarter that ended on June 30, further cementing her status as the clear front-runner in the 2016 race.
All told, the Democratic candidate and former secretary of state raised more than $45 million in primary campaign contributions between her campaign announcement in April and the end ofHuffPost
Mar 26 2020
It’s hard to focus on right now, but this November we’re going to have a presidential election that may be the most important in our lifetimes.
All we can say for certain, in this plague year, is that we won’t do it the way we expected. The election will take place in the shadow of a pandemic that has affected every state in the union, killed more than 1,000Eugene Robinson
Aug 06 2019
With two sets of debates and six months of fundraising finished, a new stage is opening in the Democratic presidential primary: The summer slog.
For six weeks until the next debate, in mid-September, candidates will shift their focus more completely to the early primary states, grinding through a ritualistic run of picnics, forums, and party fundraisers: The Wing Ding, the Iowa StatePolitico
Mar 04 2020
Not long ago, commentators were declaring that “Bernie Sanders’ revolution is coming” and “It’s Bernie’s party’s now.” Pundits were delivering eulogies over the supposedly lifeless body of Joe Biden’s campaign. The moderate candidates in the Democratic presidential race who hadn’t yet dropped out were lagging behind Sanders. The only chance of stopping the Vermont senator’s socialist takeoverThe Atlantic
Jun 11 2020
It’s easy to forget, with the unending cavalcade of life-altering news, that we are deep in the midst of an election year. There are just 146 days until Nov. 3, and it’s shaping up to be one like no other.
Around this time in 2016, Hillary Clinton had secured President Barack Obama’s endorsement, and a meeting at Trump Tower between a Russian lawyer, Donald Trump Jr, Paul Manafort andS.E. Cupp
Apr 03 2019
How the mayor of South Bend became a surprisingly serious contender in the 2020 Democratic primary race.
As strange as it may sound, the mayor of a medium-size city in the Midwest is now a real contender for the Democratic nomination for the presidency.
A late March Quinnipiac poll had Pete Buttigieg, the 37-year-old mayor of South Bend, Indiana, tied with Sen. Elizabeth Warren (Vox
Jan 21 2020
Hillary Clinton harshly criticizes Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., in a new documentary and told The Hollywood Reporter in an interview published on Tuesday that she would not commit to backing him if he becomes the Democrats' nominee for president in the upcoming election.
In the documentary "Hillary," which will premier later this month, Clinton slammed Sanders for his work on CapitolNewsmax (News)
Sep 10 2020
The U.S. is drawing down its military forces in Iraq from 5,200 to 3,000, the top commander in the Middle East said Wednesday.
The move is in keeping with President Donald Trump's pledge to cut the number of U.S. military personnel deployed overseas.
"This reduced footprint allows us to continue advising and assisting our Iraqi partners in rooting out the final remnants of ISISUSA TODAY
Nov 06 2016
You might think that Hillary Clinton has been running for president for, well, ever — but technically she began her campaign on April 12th last year, 18 months ago. Donald Trump launched his bid for the White House a more restrained 15 months ago. But if you want a real contrast, cross the Atlantic. I once ran elections in the UK, where the typical length of a campaign is not 18 or 15 monthsDaily Beast