A new study predicts that spending for digital and television ads in 2020 will smash records, exceeding $6 billion. In this week’s Political Edge, we break down that analysis and round up all the announced fundraising numbers from presidential and Senate candidates.
The Democratic presidential candidates are still reeling from the first set of debates held in Miami last week. While the clash between Biden and Harris was likely the most discussed moment from either night, Warren’s declaration that she would eliminate private health insurance made news. And Buttigieg became the first candidate to announce his second quarter fundraising number, and it’s a whopper.
The House and Senate are in recess this week in observance of the Independence Day holiday. President Trump on Thursday will deliver Fourth of July remarks at a Salute to America celebration at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C.
In addition to the first round of primary debates, this week saw the Supreme Court issue rulings on several high-profile cases and President Trump endorse multiple Republicans’ reelection campaigns. Catch up on all the most important political news with this week’s Race Rundown.
2020 Democratic candidates faced off in the first primary debate this week, Special Counsel Robert Mueller said he would testify in front of Congress, and Mayor Pete Buttigieg faced intense criticism for the handling of a police shooting in South Bend. For all these stories and more, check out AR/Intel’s week in review video.
The Senate Democrats’ campaign arm has already endorsed five candidates who still have to get through a primary election. With party activists becoming increasingly frustrated with party elites, could that strategy end up backfiring?
How predictive are generic ballot polls when it comes to forecasting the outcome of an election? In this week’s Political Edge, we review a new analysis on the predicative power of the generic ballot and look at what it will take for President Trump to win Pennsylvania in 2020.
What have the candidates been up to in the week leading up to the first debate? Find out with AR/Intel’s 2020 round-up.
This week, all eyes will be on the Democratic presidential debates but they aren’t the only events happening.
At least five new candidates entered Senate races around the country. Find out who they are and catch up on all the most important political news in this week’s Race Rundown.