Presidential Election of 2020 Category
In an appearance in San Antonio, Mr. Trump said that immigration would be a tremendous issue for him and other Republicans in the 2020 campaign.
Senator Bernie Sanders reintroduced his Medicare for All Act on Wednesday in a choreographed event charged with the unmistakable presidential politics of 2020.
Ms. Warren’s total lagged what several other Democratic presidential candidates received in the first quarter of the year, but she had a strong finish to the quarter.
Or is that question beside the point in the Trump era?
A Green Real Deal will put the president on the defensive in the next election.
The modern decline of healthy social interactions.
The lawyer’s work for Mayor Bill de Blasio may resurrect questions of whether the mayor blurs the line between city business and political fund-raising.
If you don’t want to vote for him, at least buy a mug.
The 37-year-old mayor of South Bend, Ind., little known just a few months ago, has raised his political profile and online following in recent weeks.
Recent data — and interviews with a dozen teenagers on the front lines of politics — show a decided leftward lean.
The former vice president’s attempt to rebut her story without dismissing it — or her — illustrated the #MeToo-era challenges that await a 76-year-old known his close physical contact with women.
Ms. Flores, 39, is a former Nevada state assemblywoman who lost campaigns to become the state’s lieutenant governor and to represent the Fourth District in Congress.
The former vice president, accused by Ms. Flores, a Nevada Democrat, of kissing and touching her, did acknowledge ‘expressions of affection’ on campaign trail.
Money is a problem for the Democratic senator, who is likely to be substantially out-raised in the first quarter. And she’s not the fresh candidate anymore. But much time remains.
Urgent goals might justify more debt for a while, the economist Robert Shiller says, but this does not license unlimited spending or endlessly accelerating debt.