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The state of play in the Alabama Senate race is in flux, as Sen. Doug Jones faces a primary challenge. Catch up on all the country’s most important political news in this week’s Race Rundown.
Former VP Joe Biden continues to lead the Democratic field, Senate Dems are having a tough time recruiting candidates, and the House had its first special election. Catch up on all the most important news happening in campaigns across the country.
Former Vice President Joe Biden formally joined the Democratic presidential contest on Thursday.
President Trump’s campaign amassed a record war chest and far outpaced the field of Democratic candidates heading into the 2020 race.
The DSCC endorsed Mark Kelly’s campaign in Arizona this week, the committee’s first endorsement of the 2020 cycle.
Following Sanders, Sen. Kamala Harris’s campaign said Monday that it raised $12 million in the first quarter of 2019 from more than 218,000 individual contributions.
In a letter summarizing the findings, William Barr wrote that there was not sufficient evidence to establish that President Donald Trump committed obstruction of justice.
Vice President Mike Pence reportedly spoke to Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam about running for the seat being vacated by retiring Sen. Lamar Alexander.
After months of deliberation, Beto O’Rourke has announced his campaign for the 2020 Democratic nomination.
Chuck Schumer and Senate Democrats continue to struggle getting top-tier recruits in states like Colorado, Montana, North Carolina, and Texas.
The rumor mill kept turning this week as speculation about possible Presidential and Senatorial candidates heated up. Beto O’Rourke has reportedly ruled out a run for Senate and has made a decision about his Presidential ambitions.
Senator Bernie Sanders’ announcement made quite a splash, as his campaign raised nearly $6 million in its first 24 hours.