Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has lost 10 percent of the vote among likely primary voters in less than one month.
The super PAC run by the Democratic Socialists of America has spent tens of thousands of dollars supporting Sen. Bernie Sanders’ presidential bid, newly released campaign finance records show.
Hillary Clinton is currently losing to challenger Bernie Sanders among likely Democratic primary voters in New Hampshire in every demographic except those age 65 years or older.
The crowd at Donald Trump’s campaign rally Friday evening in Mobile, Alabama, is set to be between five and seven times the size of that at Hillary Clinton’s official campaign launch in New York.
Just days after the top machine workers union endorsed Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, many of its members are lashing out at the leadership for declining to back Democratic challenger Bernie Sanders, In These Times reports.