Amy Klobuchar

Klobuchar and Buttigieg Backing Biden After Dropping Out

(Reuters) - U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar on Monday will become the third 2020 Democratic presidential candidate in as many days to leave the race, her campaign confirmed, and she and fellow moderate Pete Buttigieg plan to endorse former Vice President Joe Biden.

Dem Candidates Skip Senate Born-Alive Vote

Warren, Klobuchar, and Sanders voted to kill newborn protections in 2019

Democratic presidential candidates skipped a vote on a bill that would have guaranteed medical care for newborns, a vote that Republicans and pro-life activists say will come back to haunt the candidates in November.

2020 Dems Poised to Vote Down Care for Abortion Survivors

Senate will vote on newborn protections Monday

Senate Republicans are again pushing for a bill to protect newborns who survive abortions in a vote that could force top Democratic presidential candidates to stake out an extreme position on the issue or risk angering abortion groups.

New Klobuchar Super PAC Launches Ahead of Nevada to Boost Candidate

Committee hauls in seven-figure sum within days of launch

The first super PAC supporting Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D., Minn.) has popped up following the candidate's strong performance in the New Hampshire primary last week. Since its emergence on Feb. 14, the group has hauled in a seven-figure sum, which will be put toward advertisements in upcoming caucus and primary states, according to the group's spokesman.