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A wealthy Democratic candidate polling at less than 1% plans to air 30-minute TV infomercials across Iowa in a wild effort to turn around his struggli...
Former Rep. John Delaney is gambling that the massive ad buy will widen the reach of his struggling campaign's message.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick have floated entering the race amid concerns with Biden.
Michael Bloomberg is running for president in 2020. Here’s everything we know about the candidate and how he stacks up against the competition.
Billionaire Michael Bloomberg has a long political record as mayor of New York City for 12 years and an active philanthropist.
Michael Bloomberg’s late entry into the 2020 race is based on a widespread fear among Democrats that Joe Biden’s campaign is in a ‘d...
Bloomberg's expected entrance into the 2020 race is a clear sign that the billionaire thinks Joe Biden's campaign is on the rocks.
Bloomberg, a billionaire philanthropist and former NYC mayor, floated running for president last year but took himself out of the running in March.
Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders take swipes at billionaire Michael Bloomberg in response to his potential presidential bid
Both senators have proposed taxes on ultra-wealthy Americans, much to the dismay of billionaire philanthropists like Bill Gates and Leon Cooperman.
Tom Steyer’s aides got caught stealing Kamala Harris’ campaign data and trying to buy political endorsements
The two back-to-back scandals could tarnish Steyer's image as a bold political outsider candidate who is explicitly running to clean up Washington.
Pete Buttigieg has emerged as the heir to Biden’s dominance in the moderate 2020 Democratic lane, besting several senators in the process
Buttigieg has $23 million in cash on hand compared to just $8.9 million for Biden, and is using his huge cash advantage to make investments in Iowa.
Despite low favorability ratings, Trump could have an even bigger electoral college advantage than he did in 2016
In head-to-head polls of swing states, three Democratic candidates didn't make a dent in Trump's lead among white, non-college educated voters.
"My service to the country will not be as a candidate or as the nominee," O'Rourke, the much-hyped former congressman, said.