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Jenna Johnson is a national political correspondent covering campaigns and voters. She previously covered the White House, 2016 presidential campaign, Maryland politics and higher education.
The fundraising figure raises the stakes for his debate performance at the end of the month.
The former congressman energized thousands of Democrats in Texas during his Senate run in 2018 — particularly young voters — but now many wonder where the magic went.
To win in 2020, the Democratic nominee will need the votes of struggling Americans. But to some of them, the candidate jousting seems distant from their lives.
The former congressman, who is intimately aware of the challenges facing veterans, called for more funding and ending the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The Minnesota Democrat plans a heavy use of unilateral executive actions and reversals of President Trump’s programs.
The area, like many in the Midwest, chose Barack Obama and then Donald Trump, and voters are considering whether to flip again.
Biden calls Trump “an existential threat to America” and Trump terms the former vice president “dumb” and “mentally weak,” as both make their case and other Democratic hopefuls are crowded out of the picture.
LGBT individuals in Iowa celebrate progress as Democratic presidential candidates promise to protect their rights.
The former vice president has maintained his lead in early polls despite holding centrist positions in a party that has moved to the left.
As they waited for hours outside the rally venue in the hot June sun, Trump's supporters applauded the president for doing his best and criticized the media for focusing so heavily on the issue.