Surging front-runner Bernie Sanders will be in the hot seat at the Democratic debate in South Carolina on Tuesday, when his six presidential rivals try to derail his growing momentum before the next big round of nominating contests.
Victorious in New Hampshire on the heels of a popular-vote win in Iowa, Bernie Sanders has forced the Democratic establishment to reckon with a prospect it has been dismissing: He's currently the favorite to win the party's presidential nomination.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders clinched a hard-fought victory in the first-in-the-nation primary in New Hampshire, as he battles with Pete Buttigieg to claim the mantle as the front-runner for the Democratic nomination.
Tuesday's primary in this Northeastern state may mark the final day of nearly 50 years of unparalleled influence for Iowa and New Hampshire as the one-two kickoff contests in the Democratic presidential nominating process.
According to early estimates out of Iowa, former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg won 14 pledged delegates to the Democratic National Convention, Sen. Bernie Sanders won 12, Sen. Elizabeth Warren won eight, former Vice President Joe Biden won six and Sen. Amy Klobuchar won one. But how did Klobuchar snag a national delegate when her share of the statewide vote was 12 percent,1 below the delegate threshold of 15 percent? It’s because she got more than 15 percent in Iowa’s 4th Congressional District, and around two-thirds of Iowa’s delegates are awarded based on results at the district level, not the statewide level.
In the final sprint ahead of Tuesday’s first-in-the-nation primary contest in New Hampshire, potentially the first decisive outcome this cycle after the tumultuous Iowa caucuses, the candidates have been barnstorming the state to outline their vision for the country, rebuke President Trump, call for party unity and make more overt contrasts with their rivals.
New Hampshire primary voters wait for their voting precinct to open outside Parker-Varney Elementary School, Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2020, in Manchester, N.H. Voters around New Hampshire took to the polls to cast their ballots.
Pete Buttigieg appears to be, at the final count, the winner of the 2020 Iowa caucuses. But the story isn’t quite over yet. Sen. Bernie Sanders’s campaign has said it will ask the Iowa Democratic Party to recanvass some of the vote.
The Iowa Democratic Party released partial results of its kickoff presidential caucus after a daylong delay late Tuesday showing former Midwestern mayor Pete Buttigieg with a slight lead over progressive Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders in the opening contest of the party’s 2020 primary season.
While no State of the Union is ever the same, it's going to be hard to top the circumstances of Donald Trump's 2020 address. With an impeachment vote looming in the Senate, the Iowa caucus in disarray and the nation more politically divided than ever, we're in a reality that even Hollywood would have trouble imagining. And given Trump's fondness for going off script in speeches, that makes this year's State of the Union even more unpredictable.
The annual address comes in the midst of the president’s impeachment trial.
First-in-the-nation Iowa was supposed to be the first indication, based on votes and not polls, of where the candidates stand in the Democratic primary horse race.
Nevada’s Democratic Party said Tuesday it will not use the trouble-plagued app that has contributed to ongoing delays in the reporting of results in the Iowa Democratic caucuses.
As President Donald Trump stands in front of Congress to deliver his third State of the Union Address on Tuesday night, he’ll likely portray himself as a strong commander in chief with a proven and unique ability to protect and support Americans.
With the impeachment drive against him ebbing, U.S. President Donald Trump will face his Democratic accusers on Tuesday night at a State of the Union speech where he is expected to push his case for another four years in office.
Brace yourself, friends, it's that time of year again. Instead of a fun-filled night of broadcast TV hits this Tuesday, Feb. 4, United States citizens will huddle around their nearest screens to watch President Donald Trump deliver this year's State of the Union address. Given the current political turmoil plaguing the country, it's already shaping up to be a doozy!
President Donald Trump is set to deliver his third official State of the Union address to the nation from the US Capitol on Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET, the night before the Senate is scheduled to render its verdict on his impeachment trial.
The Democratic candidates tend to generally agree on most prominent voting issues like gun control and immigration, but their approaches and policies vary within their alignment.
Iowa Democratic Party Communications Director Mandy McClure said the party found "inconsistencies in the reporting of three sets of results."
The Iowa Democratic Party said late Monday night that the delay in results from the state's caucuses was due to "inconsistencies in the reporting" of the three sets of results being used.