With its call for the twenty-one (and counting) currently declared Democratic presidential candidates to sign onto the We Are Indivisible 2020 Candidate Pledge, once
Now that Bernie Sanders is officially in the 2020 Presidential race, all of the old criticisms about him have resurfaced. Here are my responses
If you are frustrated with gridlock and/or intransigence in your state legislature, as many voters are, one way to get your issue considered is
The primary will eventually devolve into a contest of personality rather than policy and we’ll judge candidates by their fundraising totals and not their policy agendas. Hopefully before we get there, we’ll have had a serious assessment of the candidates and thought about not just “who can beat Donald Trump” but “who do we want to be President.”
The Democratic party’s rules for nominating presidential candidates are deeply flawed. Unfortunately, cycle after cycle, the party has failed to make changes that would
(Methodology) Pundits and politicos have been curating lists of potential contenders for the 2020 Democratic, including on this site, but how do we sort
This list isn’t organized in any particular way, but rather it’s just a selection of possible places we might find ourselves in 4 years.
If the United States was a sophisticated European democracy, the headline to this article would be way out of place. After all, as Gabe