Julián Castro Says He Will End His Presidential Campaign If He Doesn’t Raise $800,000 In The Next 10 Days
"My presidential campaign is in dire need of financial resources to keep going," Castro said in an email to supporters on Monday.
Joe Biden blended in. And it wasn't a bad place for him to be.
The Texas Democrat is proposing executive action around the use of federal funds, in addition to legislation.
Biden held his first public campaign event on Friday since the announcement of a formal impeachment inquiry against Trump.
Young Black Voters In The Carolinas Say They Like What Bernie Sanders Is Saying About Racial Justice
Even if they're not committed to backing Bernie, young black voters who came to see him think Sanders has improved since 2016. "He’s one of the few that’s been open to educating himself on that."
“This is the election of our lives.”
This Presidential Candidate Has The First Plan To Fix Disparities Faced By Native American Communities
Julián Castro's plan includes setting up a White House Council on Indigenous Communities and establishing advisory committees within every federal agency by 2024.
Rosselló was under pressure to resign after leaked chats between him and his closest advisers showed him using misogynistic language and making anti-gay jokes.
The move comes amid an increasingly tense situation on the island.
"Show me where in the constitution it says that at 10 o'clock people lose the right to protest," said ACLU of Puerto Rico director William Ramirez.
Castro, at a turning point in his 2020 race, said he’s ready for what’s coming. “I recognize that I need to do well, and I’m confident that I can do that.”
“He knows the people don’t want him,” said one of the thousands of protesters demanding Gov. Ricardo Rosselló resign.
“I've made mistakes, and I apologize,” Rosselló said. People protested for days calling for his ouster, furious over leaked anti-gay and misogynist text messages he sent; allowing thousands to die in Hurricane Maria; and general corruption.
Julián Castro Is The First Democratic Presidential Candidate To Call For Puerto Rico’s Governor To Resign Over Mass Protests
"I don’t think that Rosselló can be effective anymore," Castro told BuzzFeed News.
Domestic workers are excluded from federal anti-discrimination and sexual harassment laws.
Immigration activists want a firm commitment from presidential candidates that they will not return to the status quo if they defeat Trump.
Trump’s lack of progress on the crisis in Venezuela has alienated some Venezuelan Americans who could be key to the president’s reelection.
The presidential candidate released a broad immigration plan that includes measures for holding authorities accountable for human rights violations.
The day after the first Democratic debate, where O’Rourke came under attack for his immigration plan, he talked at length in Spanish about wanting to reform US politics toward a more compassionate system.
The candidate dominated immigration issues during the first Democratic presidential debate.