U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said that while he does not think he will be the party’s nominee for the Nov. 8 election, he will likely speak at the Democratic National Convention in July, according to an interview with C-SPAN.
On the eve of Indiana’s primary, Hillary Clinton is looking to add the state to her list of electoral victories over Bernie Sanders. But even if Sanders were to somehow win the state, Clinton will likely still capture the party’s nomination.
At Bernie Sanders’ rally in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park, thousands of supporters, most of them young, gathered Sunday for what seemed more like a concert than a campaign stop. On Monday, Hillary Clinton brought her supporters together in a midtown Manhattan hotel where there was one distinct difference besides the absence of a band named Grizzly Bear: the age of many of those in attendance.
Despite still being two weeks away, Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton have both brought the full force of their campaigns to New York state with the opening of campaign offices and widely televised rallies heralding the upcoming vote. Now it’s a matter how much support each candidate has in this important electoral contest.
After Sanders’s huge wins in Washington, Alaska, and Hawaii on Saturday, he went on television to make his case. “A lot of these superdelegates may rethink their position with Hillary Clinton,” he said on CNN.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. Republican front-runner Donald Trump swept to victory in Arizona on Tuesday but rival Ted Cruz showed some fight with a win in Utah that gave hope to establishment Republicans who fear Trump would lead the party to ruin in the presidential election. On the Democratic side, favorite Hillary Clinton routed challenger […]
U.S. Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump won a crucial contest in Florida on Tuesday, knocking rival Marco Rubio out of the race, but lost Ohio to John Kasich in a mixed result that set the stage for a long, bitter nominating fight.
Flint provided a dramatic backdrop for the pair — who were actually willing to discuss the systematic failures that led to the poisoning of an entire city.
“Despite what you hear, we don’t need to make America great again. America has never stopped being great,” she told supporters in her victory speech.
Clinton and Sanders were busy rallying young, black voters in South Carolina during the run up to next Saturday’s Democratic primary.
If the Vermont senator cannot quickly find a way to broaden his appeal to minorities and union members, last week’s 22-point rout of Clinton in New Hampshire could prove to be his campaign highlight.
“There are still very real barriers holding back African-Americans from fully participating in our economy and our society,” Clinton said
Asking neighboring states to right a historic wrong will find few sympathetic ears in any Arab capital. But at least America’s presidential contenders can agree that they should.
Bernie Sanders clashed with Hillary Clinton over her praise for Henry Kissinger, who he described as one of the worst secretaries of state in living memory.
A week ago, it looked like the stars were aligning for Marco Rubio. Now, as New Hampshire holds its pivotal primary on Tuesday, the Republican presidential contender has to hope the sky does not come crashing down on him.