As aides seek answers on how things will work, volunteers and experts warn of technology glitches.
A Washington Post review found that the chaotic events were years in the making, and that responsibility extends beyond the local leaders who have borne the brunt of the criticism.
“People who have the most exaggerated features tend to make the worst caricature subjects, and in that sense, I hate drawing Bernie,” says one.
Amid signs that the democratic socialist is struggling to expand his appeal, some allies are trying to woo newcomers to the coalition in time for the next round of primaries.
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Rush Limbaugh’s suggestion that “America’s still not ready to elect a gay guy” could be a foretaste of what Buttigieg will face if he is the nominee.
While relatively few delegates have been allocated, three of the candidates who have earned them so far will need to overcome historical trends to win.
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Each campaign is trying to generate a resource that it needs.
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Joe Biden is counting on black voters to keep him in a presidential race that appears to be getting away from him.
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Voters tend to like female presidential candidates, until they don’t.
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