While the House vote to approve an impeachment inquiry dominated much of the political coverage this week, commentators also spent a significant amount of time discussing Joe Biden’s struggling presidential campaign.
Notable Q3 fundraising trends from House incumbents and challengers.
It’s been an eventful week on the campaign trail for the 2020 Democrats; Biden is facing criticism after opening the door to super PAC support, Warren is trying to formulate a funding proposal for her Medicare for All plan, and Harris flip-flopped on attending a criminal justice forum.
After a weak fundraising quarter, former Vice President Joe Biden is walking back his promise to not rely on super PACs. Catch up on this story and other major political developments in this week’s Race Rundown.
This week, Vice President Mike Pence touted the USMCA in Pennsylvania, House Republicans tried to force their way into a closed-door impeachment hearing, and Democratic primary voters expressed their skepticism of progressive candidates like Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren. Catch up on what got the newsrooms buzzing with our latest week in review video.
Thanks in large part to billionaire Tom Steyer, campaign spending on television ads has more than doubled what it was at this point in 2015.
Democrats are supporting an impeachment inquiry into President Trump. Their thoughts on the subject have changed since 1998.
At Tuesday’s third primary debate, the 2020 Dems spent plenty of time discussing impeaching President Trump but they also had the knives out for Sen. Elizabeth Warren. Catch up on the debate fallout and other buzz worthy newsroom coverage with this week’s review video.
The third quarter of the year is in the books and candidates across the country have filed their fundraising reports with the FEC. Here are the winners and losers from the latest reporting period.
The 2020 candidates have been busy on the campaign trail in the lead up to tonight’s third primary debate, with the top candidates releasing new plans, jockeying for position, and setting the table for their next clash. Find out what the 2020 Dems have been up to with our weekly recap.