Despite unprecedented economic numbers under President Trump, Democrats continued continued their push to remove the president from office this week, drawing up articles of impeachment and holding final hearings before a vote next week.
Although Super Tuesday will play an outsized role in who ultimately wins the nomination, the four primaries held before March 3 will set the tone for what is to come. Who has the edge?
It’s been a busy seven days on the 2020 Democratic primary front – Kamala Harris suspended her campaign, Pete Buttigieg’s consulting past came under increased scrutiny, and Biden challenged a voter to an IQ test or push-up contest. Catch up on the biggest horse race developments in this week’s 2020 recap.
Impeachment hearings continue this week as legislative deadlines loom. Get ready for the week with AR/Intel’s Monday roundup of all the political news that should be on your radar.
The rest of 2020 field will look to capitalize on the collapse of Kamala Harris’ presidential campaign after she announced she was dropping out Tuesday – catch up on all the week’s political stories in the latest Race Rundown
Based on the results from last month’s statewide elections in Kentucky, Louisiana, and Virginia, turnout numbers for next year’s presidential contest could soar.
Harris continues to struggle to keep her flailing campaign afloat, Warren has seen her polling numbers crater, and former Vice President Joe Biden was knocked behind closed doors by President Obama. Catch up on the major 2020 primary developments in this week’s 2020 recap.
With only three legislative weeks left in 2019, Democrats will continue impeachment hearings this week.
All the major political stories you may have missed over the Thanksgiving holiday.
This week, Michael Bloomberg officially jumped into the 2020 Democratic primary, President Trump held a rally in Florida, and pundits debated the merits of the ongoing impeachment inquiry. Catch up on what kept the newsrooms buzzing with our latest week in review video.