NEW YORK (Reuters) – A prominent Democratic donor worried about the party’s chances of winning the presidency emailed dozens of fans of Vice President JoeBiden on Friday, urging them to remain prepared to donate if Biden jumps into the race.
Hillary Clinton was questioned by an environmental activist on Wednesday and defended $150,000 in contributions she received from the oil and gas industry by saying it’s “not very much” when you consider the $120 million she has raised this cycle, according to a newly surfaced video.
The Iowa Democratic Party is rejecting calls for it to perform an audit of caucus results from last week despite the discrepancies that have been reported since it declared that Hillary Clinton narrowly defeated Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.).
The popularity of the name “Hillary” has declined among Americans since 1993, the year that Bill and Hillary Clinton entered the White House.
Hillary Clinton said that banning fossil fuel extraction on public lands is a ‘done deal,’ the Hill reported.
Young women campaigning for Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) on Tinder were reportedly banned from the dating app after sending messages supporting his candidacy to possible matches.
A group of gun violence victims and gun control advocates called out former Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland, a Democrat, for resorting to “double-talk” to win votes in the race for U.S. Senate.
Hillary Clinton has spent more on polling than six Republican presidential candidates combined, a new MSNBC report found.
Hillary Clinton and Sen Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) are locked in a statistical tie for the Democratic nomination following the Iowa caucuses.
Durham, New Hampshire—Children of America: John Kasich does not want you to take drugs. And he wants your parents and grandparents and aunts and uncles and siblings and the people down the street to remind you not to take them. When he’s president, he is going to remind you, too. Personally. Loudly.
Standing behind a ticking national debt clock, addressing a crowd of about 50 people in the basement of the Three Chimneys Inn, in Durham, New Hampshire, a charming bed and breakfast on a site built in 1649, Kasich told a red-headed boy sitting near the front with his siblings and their homeschooling mother not to give in to what, in my fourth-grade DARE class, we used to call “peer pressure.”