Thousands of Nevada residents came out Saturday to support their pick for the 2020 Democrat nominee. Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-Vt.) has claimed victory in the state’s Democrat caucus.
Mike Bloomberg’s new campaign tactic backfired on Friday after Twitter took action against 70 of his accounts, which were accused of “platform manipulation.”
The Nevada caucus is just one day away and all eyes will be on the minority vote. Unlike Iowa and New Hampshire, the Battle Born State has a much higher level of diversity. In fact, its a majority-minority state with nearly a third of voters being Latino. On top of this, its the first West Coast state to vote, which strategists said will set the stage for the rest of the West.
A CNN contributor has questioned some Democrat presidential candidates’ strategies ahead of the Nevada caucus. Democrat strategist Paul Begala ripped Wednesday night’s Democrat debate to shreds, calling it a “gift to Bernie Sanders.”
Six Democrat candidates went head-to-head in Las Vegas ahead of Nevada’s caucus, which is set to take place this weekend.
As Democrats continue to give warning about so-called climate change, reports have revealed the party’s key figures have some of the biggest carbon footprints themselves.
Results from New Hampshire are in and Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-Vt.) appears to have come out on top in the first-in-the-nation primary. Sanders narrowly defeated former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg in Tuesday’s race. With his place as a front-runner in the contest solidified, Sanders claimed victory and used the opportunity to take a swipe at President Trump.
Michael Bloomberg has been rising in polls despite being excluded from Democrat debates, caucuses in Iowa and the New Hampshire Primary. His strong performance came after a series of attacks by other Democrat candidates.
The latest polls in New Hampshire show Sen Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) lagging behind other Democrat presidential front-runners in the state. For example, a new Reuters poll showed Warren with 11 percent support, trailing behind Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden as well as former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.