2020 Elections

Old, Young, Liberal, Centrist: Democrats Will Have No End of Choices for President in 2020 2020 Elections
Old, Young, Liberal, Centrist: Democrats Will Have No End of Choices for President in 2020

There are fresh faces and old hands. Billionaires and at least one person still paying off student loans. A skateboarder, a brewery founder and a coffee magnate are all taking a look. Read More

Bernie Sanders’ Hometown Paper Doesn’t Want Him to Run for President 2020 Elections
Bernie Sanders’ Hometown Paper Doesn’t Want Him to Run for President

Sen. Bernie Sanders is widely considered a top contender for the Democratic party nomination in 2020, but he doesn’t have the backing of what some politicians rely on as a close ally: his hometown paper. Read More

They’re Off and Running: Elizabeth Warren’s Trip to Iowa 2020 Elections
They’re Off and Running: Elizabeth Warren’s Trip to Iowa

Marylynn Leggio nodded excitedly as Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, pumping her fist from the small stage in a cramped room adjoining a western Iowa bowling alley, breathlessly excoriated billionaires and lobbyists. Read More

A Handy Guide to the 2020 Presidential Campaign 2020 Elections
A Handy Guide to the 2020 Presidential Campaign

The calendar just turned to 2019, but for many ambitious Democrats, it might as well be 2020. At this point, Democrats eyeing a matchup against President Donald Trump in the next election have been testing the waters... Read More

He Speaks to Democratic Hearts. But Is Beto O’Rourke a Serious White House Contender? 2020 Elections
He Speaks to Democratic Hearts. But Is Beto O’Rourke a Serious White House Contender?

He’s a failed U.S. Senate candidate with an undistinguished congressional record who, for the moment, is a blazing-hot 2020 presidential prospect — despite the fact that he may not run and faces long odds if he does. Read More

Sen. Elizabeth Warren Makes First Major Step Toward Democratic White House Bid 2020 Elections
Sen. Elizabeth Warren Makes First Major Step Toward Democratic White House Bid

Sen. Elizabeth Warren took the first major step toward a presidential run Monday, announcing a presidential exploratory committee as she attempts to redefine populism for the left in the age of Donald Trump. Read More

A California Democrat Hasn’t Run for President in 25 Years, But That Could Change Soon 2020 Elections
A California Democrat Hasn’t Run for President in 25 Years, But That Could Change Soon

No California Democrat has ever been elected president, and none has even run in the last 25 years. But now, facing a wide-open field and the chance to take on President Donald Trump, at least four California Democrats... Read More

Michael Bloomberg to Decide About 2020 Presidential Run Early Next Year 2020 Elections
Michael Bloomberg to Decide About 2020 Presidential Run Early Next Year

Michael Bloomberg is ready to spend big bucks. The billionaire ex-New York mayor plans to bring out the cash cannon if he runs for president in 2020 and will make a final decision on whether to launch a campaign by... Read More

Sherrod Brown Hopes to Meet With Obama as He Mulls Possible 2020 Presidential Run 2020 Elections
Sherrod Brown Hopes to Meet With Obama as He Mulls Possible 2020 Presidential Run

Although Sen. Sherrod Brown has talked about possibly running for president, the senator from Ohio hasn’t yet checked off the box that is becoming essential for prospective Democratic candidates: meeting with former President Barack Obama. Read More

South Carolina Republicans Could Forgo 2020 Primary to Protect Trump 2020 Elections
South Carolina Republicans Could Forgo 2020 Primary to Protect Trump

The South Carolina Republican Party could decide next summer to pass on holding the party’s 2020 primary election — a move that is not unprecedented — to help President Donald Trump’s re-election bid. Canceling... Read More

‘Purple’ Kansas? Former Federal Prosecutor Mulls Senate Run Against Pat Roberts 2020 Elections
‘Purple’ Kansas? Former Federal Prosecutor Mulls Senate Run Against Pat Roberts

Sen. Pat Roberts of Kansas looks vulnerable to Democrats — and some Republicans, and that’s a big reason the 2020 race has quickly drawn a prominent potential challenger, former U.S. Attorney for Kansas Barry Grissom. Read More

Are the Suburbs Getting More Supportive of Gun Control? Moms Demand Action Bets Yes In The News
Are the Suburbs Getting More Supportive of Gun Control? Moms Demand Action Bets Yes

In the debate among Democrats over whether progressive ideas can sway voters in suburbia, candidates affiliated with an advocacy group that campaigns against gun violence sought — and won — elected office even in historically conservative suburban districts. Read More

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