She’s presented herself as the truth-teller, the straight-talker, the one who can break down complex economic ideas and bring nonprogressives along.
Tom Steyer, the outsider billionaire candidate, will make his debate-stage debut tonight.
A former CIA analyst, Representative Elissa Slotkin of Michigan changed her mind on impeachment after Trump’s Ukraine phone call, leading her party to follow her lead.
As President Trump lashes out at legal attacks, the senator from California sees an opportunity to remind voters that she was once a respected lawyer.
The 2020 hopeful says Democrats need to think hard about which plans they can pass, not just which ones they can propose.
Members of the Clinton diaspora are pleading with the Montana governor to stay in the race, even if the rest of the country doesn’t know who he is.
The candidates hate them. The campaigns hate them. The press hates them. For once in American politics, there’s a consensus.
The candidates onstage heard a version of that big question over and over again.
The former congressman says the recent mass shooting in El Paso changed his thinking on the presidential race. But he still needs to convince the electorate.
The septuagenarian former vice president maintains a comfortable lead in the polls as Democrats head into the third debate.
The 38-year-old presidential contender does not fit any “conventional” political profile.
The next-door-neighbor from Colorado has spent the past few months raging against the Democratic machine. Will voters buy it?
The party insiders at the DNC’s summer meeting seemed unexpectedly drawn to the senator from Massachusetts.
Once derided as a “novelty candidate,” the outsider Democrat is poised to hang on longer than many senators and governors in the 2020 primary race.
Just weeks into his presidential campaign, the billionaire activist Tom Steyer is close to qualifying for the contests in Houston.
Democrats went through the performative motions of the American electoral system this weekend—even though that system may be severely broken.
In a new interview, the senator from New Jersey and 2020 Democratic candidate speaks candidly about race and white-supremacist violence.
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel talks about what it will take for Democrats to win back the industrial Midwest.
The debates haven’t come close to upending the race.
Their trauma is especially clear in Michigan, the host state of the second round of primary debates.