Bernie Sanders’ presidency has some people worried. Four democratic party candidates – Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar, Mike Bloomberg, and Elizabeth Warren – have dropped out of the democratic race for president. Yet none of them have endorsed Bernie Sanders.
Bernie Sanders’ presidency has some people worried. Four democratic party candidates – Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar, Mike Bloomberg, and Elizabeth Warren – have dropped out of the democratic race for president. Yet none of them have endorsed Bernie Sanders.read more
The North Carolina primary went ahead on Tuesday without voters required to show an ID to cast their ballot.
North Carolina voters share their thoughts on which presidential candidate they voted for and why on in the North Carolina primary.
Despite endorsements, rallies and spending millions, Bloomberg fails to woo voters in North Carolina
As Bloomberg was falling flat with North Carolina voters, Biden surged in the state following his win Saturday in South Carolina. On Super Tuesday, Biden won North Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, Alabama, Texas and four other states.read more
Bloomberg has dropped out the race to be the Democratic nominee for president after a poor performance on Super Tuesday. Bloomberg came in third in North Carolina despite massively outspending his opponents, but his volunteers said they would be willing to support Joe Biden going forward.read more
ARLINGTON, VA - Super Tuesday voters had to rethink their vote after two major candidates, Sen. Amy Klobuchar and South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg, dropped out of the race to endorse former Vice President Joe Biden. Moderate voters in this Southern State say that the...read more
By the end of Super Tuesday, nearly half of immigrants eligible to vote in the U.S. will have made their voices heard in the Democratic presidential primary.
Through voter registration events and driving voters to the polls, churches across South Carolina play a crucial role during election season.
South Carolina primary provided a mid-election opportunity to engage younger voters, but is it enough?
For Cam Smith, a student at the University of South Carolina, voting in the 2020 democratic primary is more than a chance to pick the next democratic presidential candidate. Growing up in a political engaged household, it’s an action that has been a long time coming.
When news broke that the South Bend mayor was suspending his campaign, just before Super Tuesday, volunteers and staff, who spent all day campaigning for Pete, were left heartbroken and disappointed.
As Buttigieg hopes to carry momentum from Iowa to New Hampshire, his support from minority voters remains low, indicated by his lackluster performance in Waterloo, the most ethnically diverse city in Iowa.
The satellite Iowa caucus in Washington saw Elizabeth Warren come out on top amid confusion about how to count the votes.
For the first time this year, people with disabilities could take advantage of 87 new satellite caucus locations set up by the Iowa Democratic Party, aimed at making the complicated process of caucusing that much easier
On Sunday, the day before the Iowa caucus, a team from the Bernie Sanders campaign made one of their final canvassing stops at the gurudwara, closing out several weeks of a targeted push to convince undecided voters in minority and refugee communities across Des Moines to turn out for Senator Sanders on Monday.
With less than 6 hours until Iowans meet at their precinct caucus location, many caucusgoers are still uncommitted, struggling to find the candidate they deem better fit to win against President Donald Trump later this year.