Wednesday ended up being another striking example of how the coronavirus has preempted a national election.
The presidential campaign is now almost completely digital, a space where Biden has long lagged and Trump has flourished.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine has spent four decades in politics. Now he's a leader amid a pandemic.
The move late the night before the presidential primary comes after hours of confusion.
Ohio's Governor Recommended His State Move Tuesday's Presidential Primary Because Of The Coronavirus
Ohio may still be required to hold its primary, however, and other states with presidential primaries Tuesday — Arizona, Florida, and Illinois — are moving forward.
Bernie Sanders said in the debate in DC that he would do the same "in all likelihood" if he won the Democratic primary.
Bernie Sanders faces long odds to defeat Joe Biden in Ohio, a state where one of his top allies has gone up against an establishment leader for years.
Louisiana is delaying its April 4 presidential primary. Some other states are assessing plans.
The former vice president laid out a new plan to combat the coronavirus that targets Trump as the 2020 election moves into an uncertain phase.
Joe Biden’s wins in Michigan and other states on Tuesday gave him an even stronger position in the primary over Sanders.
“All future Bernie 2020 events will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis," Sanders' campaign said.
Whitmer has been the subject of vice presidential speculation since winning her race in 2018.
"We are very much alive," Joe Biden shouted in LA as his campaign paraded through Super Tuesday victories.
"We believe regardless of all this, we are still the strongest campaign coming into Super Tuesday,” Sanders’ campaign said as endorsement after endorsement came in for Biden.
Klobuchar is ending her campaign the day before Minnesota votes.
Pete Buttigieg “changed minds” with his now-ended 2020 campaign, LGBTQ advocates said.
Pete Buttigieg Is Ending His Campaign. He Was The First Gay Candidate To Seriously Contend For The Presidency.
"After a year of going everywhere, meeting everyone, defying every expectation, seeking every vote, the truth is that the path has narrowed to a close for our candidacy, if not for our cause."
South Carolina lifted Biden’s spirits and finally made him a winner. Now he’s going into Super Tuesday unknown.
The Democratic 2020 candidates are building new messages around the coronavirus, pivoting off their more typical arguments as the outbreak soaks up media attention.
Buttigieg is in a tough spot ahead of South Carolina's primary this weekend, a race he can't afford to skip for Super Tuesday states.