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New Hampshire Primary: Bernie Sanders Repeats History with Less Votes

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New Hampshire Primary: Bernie Sanders Repeats History with Less Votes

The second phase of Democratic presidential race departed, after handing over the victory card to Bernie Sanders. The Vermont senator won the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday, standing just a few steps ahead of his close competitor, former Mayor of South Bend Pete Buttigieg. Sanders received 25.9 per cent in a narrow win from Buttigieg’s…

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Biden Gets Bitter in Presidential Race with Personal Hit at Buttigieg

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Biden Gets Bitter in Presidential Race with Personal Hit at Buttigieg

In a battle for presidency with the Republican President Donald Trump, the Democrats have also entered the bitter arena of belittling fellow contenders. Winner of the Democratic Iowa caucuses, Pete Buttigieg recently became a target to former Vice President Joe Biden’s campaign ahead of Tuesday’s primary. The former Vice President was seen mocking Buttigieg’s experience…

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Hopefuls Bernie Sanders and Pete Buttigieg Lead Iowa Caucus Race

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Iowa caucus results of the 2020 presidential primary elections have sidelined the hopes of many Democratic candidates. Amongst the 12 Democratic hopefuls seeking to win the primaries, only five candidates managed to get the delegates and share of votes. The Iowa caucus voting is a strong indicator of how a presidential candidate will do in…

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Halt in Iowa Election Results Makes Mockery of Democrats

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Halt in Iowa Election Results Makes Mockery of Democrats

Iowa election 2020 result was supposed to laud candidates’ back until now, but it has instead resulted in frustration and embarrassment for those waiting to know their standing. First of the multiple steps to find out who will contest the US election 2020 for Democrats, a potential winner to challenge Donald Trump in November is…

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Elizabeth Warren’s Campaign Gets More Transparent before Sixth Debate

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Elizabeth Warren

Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren’s presidential campaign has retaliated to calls of Sound Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s campaign about transparency in the campaigns for 2020 elections. On Sunday, Warren released the information of her previous legal work and the earnings she made. According to the disclosed information by Sen. Warren, she has received about $2 million…

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Controversies Continue to Follow Pete Buttigieg Ahead of Sixth Debate

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Pete Buttigieg

Pete Buttigieg is once again under the spotlight of controversy for receiving political donations from McKinsey & Co for his presidential campaign. Several immigrant rights groups have asked Buttigieg’s presidential campaign to return more than $50,000 received from the consulting firm. The groups alleged that the firm has aided and advised the White House Officials…

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Pete Buttigieg Outshines Warren Again in Democratic Primary Race

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Pete Buttigieg

Last updated on November 29th, 2019Democratic primary hopeful Pete Buttigieg has achieved a feat that many considered impossible when the Democratic campaign for the elections began. According to the polls conducted by Quinnipiac University, South Bend Mayor has moved past Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren to acquire the second position. This is the second time in…

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Fifth Democratic Debate: Amy Klobuchar might have Gained More Female Support

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After the Atlanta Democratic debate Wednesday night, it was pretty evident that Sen. Amy Klobuchar has emerged victorious. During the entire debate, not even once did Klobuchar look like a candidate who has just 6 percent of support from the Democratic caucusgoers. Major takeaway from the debate on Wednesday night was Minnesota Sen. pointing the…

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Can Obama-Era Popularity Give Deval Patrick Edge in the US Elections?

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Deval Patrick

Just when it looked like Democratic presidential candidates were losing hope to carry on their fight for the 2020 US presidential elections, first the former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and now the former Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick announced to run for presidency. Last year, Patrick decided not to run for the coveted position, citing…

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