Rep. Steve King lost his primary Tuesday to state Sen. Randy Feenstra.
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The presidential candidate had a tense interview on The Breakfast Club.
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"I believe Joe has all of the qualities we need in a president right now," Obama said of his former vice president.
The presidential campaign is now almost completely digital, a space where Biden has long lagged and Trump has flourished.
“A functioning democracy should not have this,” one person trying to vote in the primary said.
Bernie Sanders said in the debate in DC that he would do the same "in all likelihood" if he won the Democratic primary.
The US is at a “severe disadvantage” when it comes to treating citizens who test positive for the coronavirus because the country doesn’t provide health care to all citizens, he said.
The progressive group had backed Warren early, and now says it will "do everything to unite progressives and unite the left to help Bernie be the nominee."
Joe Biden is amassing centrist support ahead of Super Tuesday. Progressives who haven’t already backed Bernie Sanders aren’t ready to go there yet for his campaign.
The group was one of the last remaining progressive organizations not to side with Sanders or Warren.
The California billionaire staked his campaign on South Carolina, where he came up short Saturday.
The Democratic 2020 candidates are building new messages around the coronavirus, pivoting off their more typical arguments as the outbreak soaks up media attention.
“Steyer’d up,” the chant went at the candidate's last rally before the primary. “Ready to go!”
Mayor Chokwe Lumumba, who has been courted by multiple campaigns, asked his city to determine which candidate to back ahead of the Mississippi primary.
"He had trouble personalizing the impacts of his policies — I guess that’s just his business way," New York City’s public advocate said of Bloomberg.
“THIS IS A MOVEMENT!” a supporter in New Hampshire shouted as Yang dropped out.
“We hear people all the time saying they’ll vote for whoever they think is leading in the polls, and that’s concerning.”