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DemDaily: The Delegate Math

DemDaily: The Delegate Math

November 25, 2019 Over 4,500 delegates will attend the Democratic National Convention July 13-16, 2020 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The locally elected representatives, public and party leaders will...

DemDaily: The Expanding Field

DemDaily: The Expanding Field

November 12, 2019 The presidential field has shifted again, with more departures and at least one newcomer to the game. Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg appears to be poised to throw...

DemDaily: Online and On The Air

DemDaily: Online and On The Air

October 25, 2019 The contenders have launched their presidential campaign ads and, in a true sign of the times, candidates have spent more on the two largest digital platforms, Facebook and...

DemDaily: Weighing In On Warren

DemDaily: Weighing In On Warren

October 17, 2019 Tuesday night’s Democratic presidential debate at Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio made clear that Elizabeth Warren — at least by her rivals — is...

DemDaily: On The Ground in Ohio

DemDaily: On The Ground in Ohio

October 15, 2019 Wheels down Ohio! DemList is on the ground in the critical battleground Buckeye State for the fourth Democratic primary debate tonight featuring twelve of the presidential...

DemDaily: Judging Georgia

DemDaily: Judging Georgia

October 10, 2019 Georgia will be the location of the fifth Democratic primary debate, underscoring the growing significance of the traditionally red state in the 2020 elections. The state...