On Tuesday night, the first ten candidates in the field of 20, took to the stage for night one of the two night CNN Democratic Presidential debates from Detroit. Here are the takeaways: The front runners beat away attacks from the field: Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren easily beat away
On Tuesday night, during the first of two CNN Democratic Presidential primary debates that will take place from Detroit, the marquis match up is Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren in a battle for the hearts of progressives from all over the country. Warren has the momentum, recently overtaking Sanders is
The debate stage is set for CNN’s twin Democratic Presidential Primary debates that will take place in Detroit later this month (story HERE). First impressions: We get our two top progressives on night 1 in Sanders and Warren with a fairly quiet supporting cast. This set up has the potential
The first big polling numbers following last month’s two democratic presidential primary debates are out, and the NBC/Wall Street Journal numbers have a few things we can take away from them (story HERE). First the polling results of the top five candidates. Joe Biden 26% Elizabeth Warren 19% Kamala Harris
Our first democratic presidential debates are in the books, and after analysis on both nights (story HERE and HERE), as well as input from my colleagues here are my latest power rankings. NOTE: These are state of the race power rankings. Not rankings after the debates alone. 1.Joe Biden: The
On Thursday night, the second half of the vast 20 candidate field of democratic presidential hopefuls met in Miami for the second night of their two night debate event. This night featured four of five of the consistent polling front runners and it showed when compared to last night’s discussion.
President Trump says he would rather run against Joe Biden: “I think he is the weakest mentally. … The other ones have much more energy” pic.twitter.com/RWvcxcUS54 — CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) June 11, 2019 Before heading out to compete at dueling events in Iowa, President Donald Trump became the latest non
The latest poll out of Iowa is cause for concern for second time Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders (story HERE). While former Vice President Joe Biden is still the clear front runner with 24%, Sanders suddenly finds himself in the pack at 16% with fellow Senator Elizabeth Warren at 15% and