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Williamson boosting Yang in Iowa caucuses, likens his aura to a ‘tuning fork’

With a week and a half to go until the Iowa caucuses, former Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson says she’s supporting Andrew Yang in the contest that kicks off the presidential primary and caucus nominating calendar.

Bernie Sanders surging in New Hampshire: poll

A new poll indicates that Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont is surging in New Hampshire with less than three weeks to go until the state holds the first primary in the presidential nominating calendar.

Tulsi Gabbard on suing Hillary Clinton: Russian asset ‘smear’ was meant to intimidate and silence me

2020 Democratic presidential candidate Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, D-H.I., said Thursday that she filed a $50 million defamation suit against former presidential candidate and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton because Clinton has aimed to “intimidate” her using “smear tactics” in an attempt to suppress her freedom of speech.

Abby Johnson: March for Life 2020 — Here’s why the conversation on abortion needs to radically shift

I’ve only been involved in the pro-life movement for 10 years. Before that, I worked at Planned Parenthood for eight years. I’ve seen both sides of the issues…

‘The Five’ host says Hillary Clinton gave Bernie Sanders the ‘Trump treatment’ in docuseries

“The Five” on Wednesday discussed disparaging comments by former Secretary of State and two-time presidential candidate Hillary Clinton toward Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders in a forthcoming docuseries.

Democracy 2020 Digest: New shots fired in Biden-Sanders Social Security feud

There’s no letup in the brawl between Democratic presidential front-runners Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Vice President Joe Biden over the former’s repeated claims that Biden years ago pushed to make cuts in Social Security.

Majority of Democratic voters support single-day national primary

Nearly six in ten Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents questioned in a new Monmouth University survey supported dramatically changing the current system of choosing their party’s presidential nominee

Chuck DeVore: Will Texas flip because of blue state migrants? Don’t bet on it

Given Texas’ historical voter turnout levels, it’s likely that about 6 percent of its 2020 vote for president will be cast by people who moved to Texas in the past four years.

Sanders, Biden battle for lead in new national polls

Two new national surveys released Wednesday point to the race for the Democratic presidential nomination turning into a two-candidate battle between former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont.

Gabbard, Yang, other Democrats slam Clinton remarks on Sanders as petulant, divisive

Democrats including 2020 presidential hopefuls Tulsi Gabbard and Andrew Yang were firing back at Hillary Clinton on Tuesday night, hours after her remarks about Bernie Sanders in an upcoming documentary were published by The Hollywood Reporter.

Biden accepts Sanders apology over unofficial surrogate’s blistering op-ed

Joe Biden, the 2020 Democratic frontrunner, accepted challenger Sen. Bernie Sanders’ apology late Monday over a blistering op-ed written by an unofficial campaign surrogate who blasted the former vice president as a weak candidate with a serious corruption problem.

New poll: Biden with slight edge in Iowa with caucuses 2 weeks out

With two weeks to go until the Iowa caucuses, a new poll indicates that former Vice President Joe Biden has a slight edge over his 2020 rivals for the Democratic nomination in the state that kicks off the presidential primary and caucus calendar.

New York Times editorial board endorses Warren, Klobuchar for president

The New York Times announced late Sunday that its editorial board was breaking “from convention” and will endorse two candidates for president in 2020: Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar and Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren.