A number of Democratic power brokers wanted Representative Joe Kennedy to run for president. He consulted with family members and said no.
The former vice president has finally decided he’s in, and he’s announcing in less than a week. Now he just has to finish putting a campaign together.
The senator from Vermont is starting to think he will not only win the Democratic nomination, but beat Trump and become president.
“We belong in this conversation,” says the South Bend mayor, insisting that he’s not a 2020 long shot anymore.
The Colorado senator is eyeing a focus on health care to differentiate real solutions from Republican “gibberish.”
The California congressman is partnering with a Parkland student and says he isn’t afraid of the NRA.
The senator from Minnesota is counting on farmers and other rural voters in Iowa, a state she must win.
The former vice president says a woman’s complaint about an unwanted kiss won’t keep him out of the presidential race.
When does monster fundraising turn into real momentum?
A woman alleges that the former vice president kissed the back of her head without her consent. Biden’s presidential campaign can’t really push back, because it doesn’t exist yet.
The multimillionaire investor says the Democrats’ progressive agenda is best for jobs and economic growth.
The senator from New Jersey thinks a solid ground game will sustain him until the flashier candidates falter.
David Sirota got fired from a Philly campaign 20 years ago for a racially charged “dirty trick” before he first went to work for the progressive from Vermont.
David Sirota had been working unofficially for Sanders while savaging the other Democratic candidates on Twitter.
The former Texas congressman is confident in his savant understanding of tactics in the time of Trump and social-media celebrity.
The former congressman from Texas timed his announcement for president with a Vanity Fair cover.
Beyond two failed presidential campaigns, the former vice president has never run a race on his own outside Delaware.
The former congressman from Texas is late to enter the 2020 presidential race but still might be able to blow everyone else away.
Representative Seth Moulton of Massachusetts is a long-shot contender, having led a failed attempt to block Nancy Pelosi as speaker.
The senator from Vermont doesn’t do “warm and cuddly,” and aides think it’s hurting his campaign, inside and out.