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.
Mike Bloomberg’s presidential campaign said it sees Bernie Sanders as the main opponent in upcoming primaries.
Former Vice President Joe Biden recently addressed a crowd of protesters who were calling for him to drop out of the 2020 presidential race.
2020 presidential hopefuls are hoping to lock down voter support with New Hampshire’s Democrat primaries just around the corner. Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-Vt.) is eyeing a comeback after seemingly falling just short of first place in the Iowa caucuses.
According to reports, there were still problems with the final results in the Iowa caucus, following a disastrous delay in the state’s vote count. The final results were released Thursday night, showing former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg and Sen. Bernie Sanders (D.Vt.) neck-and-neck with 26.2 and 26.1 percent of the votes.
After Monday’s Iowa caucuses, pundits have said voters will get a better picture of which Democrat presidential candidate will take on President Trump in this year’s election. One America’s Jenn Pellegrino has more from Washington.