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Feb 08 2024
Marianne Williamson announced Wednesday night she is ending her Democratic presidential campaign for president.
The 71-year-old author said in a video posted to social media that "it is time to suspend my campaign for the presidency."
"We did what we could to shed some light in some very darkened times. For that I will always be so grateful," Williamson said.
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Feb 08 2024
Author Marianne Williamson suspended her long-shot presidential primary campaign, challenging President Joe Biden for the Democratic party’s nomination after a string of poor performances in Nevada, South Carolina and New Hampshire.
In a statement on her campaign website, Williamson said she greatly appreciated the people who supported her, adding: “While the level of our failure isForbes
Feb 08 2024
Author Marianne Williamson ended her 2024 Democratic presidential campaign on Wednesday after a poor showing in the Nevada Democratic primary.
Williamson, who also ran for the Democratic nomination in 2020, not only got walloped by President Joe Biden on Tuesday, but she also suffered defeat to the “none of these candidates” option on the ballot. She announced she would end her campaignWashington Examiner
Jan 18 2024
Ms. Williamson also told The Epoch Times about her platform and why she opposes efforts to keep former President Donald Trump from primary ballots. In a campaign trail interview with The Epoch Times, presidential hopeful Marianne Williamson said President Joe Biden’s absence from New Hampshire’s Democratic primary ballot was an insult to the state. “I just hope that the New Hampshire voterThe Epoch Times
Oct 12 2023
WILLIAMSON FILED FOR THE FIRST IN THE NATION PRIMARY. WE WERE ALL HERE FOR A PURPOSE. MARIANNE WILLIAMSON MADE IT OFFICIAL THURSDAY, PUTTING HER NAME ON THE BALLOT FOR THE FIRST IN THE NATION PRIMARY. BUT ON THAT BALLOT, THERE WILL BE FEWER NAMES THAN MANY EXPECTED. NOW THAT ROBERT F KENNEDY JUNIOR IS RUNNING AS AN INDEPENDENT AND PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN IS EXPECTED TO AVOID NEW HAMPSHIREABC 9 WMUR
May 02 2023
Marianne Williamson, the long shot presidential candidate challenging President Biden for the Democratic nomination in 2024, threw her support behind entertainment writers who started a labor strike on Tuesday. “The writers’ strike is an embodiment of what’s happening in industry after industry,” Williamson said on Twitter on Tuesday. “The fact that people are standing up to unfettered greed,The Hill
Feb 24 2023
Marianne Williamson, a prominent progressive who ran for president in 2020, confirmed in an interview published Thursday that she will run again for the Democratic nomination for president in 2024.
That would put her in a Democratic primary against President Biden, who has not announced his own plans but is widely expected to run for reelection next year.
“I wouldn’t be runningThe Hill
Jan 10 2020
Marianne Williamson, the famous author and spiritual guide who briefly stole the focus of the early Democratic primary debates, has ended her campaign for president.
"The primaries might be tightly contested among the top contenders, and I don't want to get in the way of a progressive candidate winning any of them," Williamson said in an email to supporters Friday. "As of today,BuzzFeed News
Feb 24 2023
“If we were on FaceTime, I would wink.”
That is the response Marianne Williamson gave to The Washington Times on Thursday after she was pressed on whether she planned to challenge President Biden in the 2024 presidential race.
Ms. Williamson has tried to be coy about her plans, but she appeared to let her intentions slip Thursday in an interview with the college newspaper atWashington Times
May 29 2023
Bestselling self-help author Marianne Williamson accused the Democratic National Committee of doing President Joe Biden's bidding in the 2024 presidential primary.
"I am still getting some patronizing treatment, and as we know, the DNC has said that there will be no debates. And they are clearly doing what they can to make it easier for the president to win the nomination," WilliamsonWashington Examiner