Having spent $120 million and signed up 6 million people, Tom Steyer has assembled, in a year, an organization with more reach than the NRA.
If the stop-and-frisk mayor runs in 2020, he’ll have to convince voters that he’s done more good than harm in elected office—and that he’s actually a Democrat.
The governator is hitting the trail next Saturday in Michigan and Colorado—his first campaigning since leaving office after 2010.
The New Jersey senator became the first top-tier presidential candidate to go to the primary state, and immediately confronted what running against Trump will be like.
The California senator’s prospective visit could soon take her across a symbolic but unmistakably significant line as a presidential candidate.