Former Vice President Joe Biden continued his streak of dominating primary performances, besting U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders in Florida by more than 35 percentage points and by double digits in Illinois.
Regardless of the excuses for actual authoritarian regimes, socialists typically try to soften what their ideas would look like in reality and dodge the endless historical and present examples of the ideology’s failure. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., continually tries to thread this needle.
The press in Vermont continues to give Bernie Sanders, the state’s U.S. senator and 2020 presidential candidate, a free pass when it comes to asking the questions that linger from the last campaign.
Former Vice President Joe Biden won primaries Tuesday in Michigan, Missouri and Mississippi just a week after he dominated elections on Super Tuesday, when he won 10 of 14 states.
Imam Sayed Hassan Qazwini, the head of the Islamic Institute of America in Dearborn Heights, appeared at Sanders’s 2020 presidential rally over the weekend, ahead of Michigan’s primary on Tuesday.
Former Vice President Joe Biden has a six-point lead over Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders in national polling averages, according to FiveThirtyEight.com, as six more states vote Tuesday.
Sanders sent out a campaign email to supporters Monday asking them to sign a petition demanding the government guarantee that a potential coronavirus vaccine will be free of charge. The petition asks supporters for “contributions to fight back against drug companies who want to profit off of health care.”
2020 presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders released a reproductive health care plan Saturday that promises to ban state regulations of abortion as the Supreme Court hears a case pertaining to the same issue.
Super Tuesday results show the race for the Democratic presidential nomination will come down to former Vice President Joe Biden and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, something former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg realized as he announced Wednesday he was dropping out.
Prior to delivering his own comments Tuesday at the Champlain Valley Exposition in Essex Junction, 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders received full-throated support from Vermont politicians Attorney General TJ Donovan and State Treasurer Beth Pearce.
U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., won Colorado and California Democratic presidential primaries on Tuesday. A self-described democratic socialist, Sanders claimed 36.2 percent of the vote in Colorado, and about 33 percent in California.