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The 2020 Democratic field could dramatically shrink in size unless struggling candidates manage to pull off a breakout performance in the next debate.
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Almost all of the Democratic contenders have pledged to run grassroots campaigns, with many rejecting donations from corporate PACs and lobbyists.
John Delaney is running for president in 2020. Here’s everything we know about the candidate and how he stacks up against the competition.
Delaney, a former congressman, was the first Democrat to jump into the 2020 race for president. His campaign is largely self-funded.
Democrats are pushing each other further left in the debates, but a few candidates want to slow it down
A number of candidates in the first 2020 Democratic debates spoke of pushing the party left, but some pushed back on progressive policy proposals.
Tulsi Gabbard and Cory Booker emerged as winners of the first Democratic debate, according to Google Trends
With half of the Democratic primary contenders onstage Wednesday night for the first presidential debate, Americans were searching Google for names.
Some candidates managed to steal the show, while others barely were able to speak. Here's a list of how much each candidate spoke in the first debate.
Former Rep. Beto O'Rourke was attacked perhaps more than any other candidate in the first hour of Wednesday night's 2020 Democratic primary debate.
13 out of the 24 declared candidates attended an Ivy League university, 13 have law degrees, and two are Rhodes scholars.
Two longshot 2020 Democratic candidates are bashing socialism and the left wing of their party as part of their campaign strategies
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez slammed former Rep. John Delaney's remarks, urged him to drop out of the race. His campaign got a PR boost as a result.
The DNC just made it harder to get on the debate stage and the crowded field of candidates could get a lot smaller very soon
Struggling candidates have expressed discontent with the process, suggesting the DNC is acting in bad faith, slashing the field before voting begins.