Even though many Democrats blame him for Donald Trump’s election—and his rivals think he’ll fade
The senator from Vermont thinks he can prevail against the crowded Democratic field and then beat Trump for president in 2020.
As he contemplates a 2020 run, the former vice president is focused on whether Democrats will support a centrist septuagenarian.
The senator received prayers from the congregation at his Baptist church in a small service in Newark on Thursday night. Twelve hours later, he told the world.
If the Texas Democrat and social-media phenom decides to run for president, he won’t start with a pile of new cash.
Whether or not he runs for president, the former New York City mayor is building the most powerful political organization in America.
At a big Oakland rally, the California senator hoped Beto, Biden, and Booker were watching.
Howard Schultz thinks politics are broken, and may run for president as an independent. Democrats think that’s a terrible idea.
The mayor of South Bend, Indiana, has announced his candidacy, promising “intergenerational justice.”
The 2020 candidate is pitching herself as the one who can actually put together a winning coalition of voters, a goal Democrats have obsessed over since their shocker loss in 2016.
The billionaire founder of Need to Impeach is planning to turn his 7 million supporters loose on all of the presidential candidates. Their campaigns aren’t pleased.
The senator from Massachusetts announced she was running for president on New Year’s Eve—and then had the field largely to herself.
The Draft Beto movement is raising money for a 2020 presidential run and releasing a campaign-style video.
Arnold Schwarzenegger and Barack Obama don’t agree on much—but they’ve both turned redistricting reform into their main political cause for the years ahead.
The civil-rights leader says he’s open to eventually backing Michael Bloomberg or Joe Biden but won’t make a formal endorsement for more than a year.
The core of Eric Garcetti’s potential campaign would be his experience as mayor of Los Angeles. But that’s a hard job to do on the road.
The former vice president discusses how the politics of the environment have changed considerably over his decades of advocacy.
The Washington governor believes his focus on the environment will resonate with voters. But can he persuade enough Americans to pay attention to him?
With her 2020 bid, the senator from Massachusetts wants to reclaim her status as a political outsider.
This race for the nomination will be different from any that have come before.