The political news outlet “Vox” reports that, between 2016 and 2020, each of the four states that switched from caucuses to primary elections–Maine, Minnesota, Colorado, and Utah–saw a substantial increase in voter-turnout.
Progressives stayed with Sanders; Buttigieg and Klobuchar split moderates; Warren and Biden flounder; Yang drops out.
Can we expect any clarity after the New Hampshire primary results are released?
In Winneshiek County, Pete Buttigieg leads with 38 delegates, followed by Klobuchar with 31, Sanders with 26, Warren with 21, Biden with 5, and Yang with 4.
Late Tuesday afternoon, Iowa Democratic campaign officials released partial results (62% of precincts) from Monday’s caucus. Many results are yet to be officially released, […]
In an opinion piece published yesterday, I posed a handful of questions about my expectations for the Democratic Iowa caucus. But the first question […]
With the Iowa caucus tonight, I’ve got a few questions. First off: How many winners will there be? A new wrinkle in party rules […]
Because of an historically crowded field of candidates, with each passing debate the Democratic National Committee has made it harder and harder for Democratic […]
On Thursday, Speaker Pelosi announced the House will go forward drafting impeachment charges against President Trump. According to The New York Times: The speaker […]