Six candidates, including Mike Bloomberg, will take the stage in Las Vegas Wednesday night at 9 p.m. ET for the the ninth Democratic debate, hosted by NBC News, MSNBC, Noticias Telemundo and the Nevada Independent.
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Mike Bloomberg's ads give the impression that he and Barack Obama were more on the same page than they actually were.
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A trio of national polls conducted after the New Hampshire primary have provided a lot of fresh data that gives us a sense of how Democrats view their choices for president.
The senator has branded herself as the only presidential candidate immune to the influence of unlimited spending by wealthy donors.
We visualized Mike Bloomberg’s truly staggering ad spending budget.
The two Democrats’ campaigns tangled Wednesday over the health of their candidates, both of whom are 78.
After strong showings in the first two nominating contests, the senator from Vermont is well ahead of four rivals competing for second place in the largest Super Tuesday primary state.
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Super Tuesday is the day when the most states hold nominating contests, the most voters have a chance to go to the polls, and the most delegates will be allotted to candidates.
Support for Biden falls sharply after Iowa and New Hampshire as Bloomberg rises.
His rivals for the nomination, who have been publicly critical of the billionaire and former New York mayor, say they’re eager for a chance to counter his heavy television advertising.
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