John Kerry endorses Joe Biden, saying US ‘desperately needs [him] right now’

Originally published in The Boston Globe. Written by Victoria McGrane. Photo by Jessica Rinaldi. Former secretary of state John F. Kerry, the 2004 Democratic presidential nominee, endorsed Joe Biden for president Thursday, saying the former vice president is the leader the country “desperately needs right now.” Citing his long friendship with Biden, Kerry said in … Continue reading John Kerry endorses Joe Biden, saying US ‘desperately needs [him] right now’

PODCAST: Make or Break? Democrat Candidates Struggle To Stand Out As Iowa Caucus Nears

Originally published on FoxNews.com LISTEN TO THE FULL PODCAST The first stop on the road to the White House is Iowa and the caucuses there are just two months away. Democratic presidential candidates are battling to claim the top spot in the state. Democratic political analyst Mary Anne Marsh discusses the importance of an Iowa … Continue reading PODCAST: Make or Break? Democrat Candidates Struggle To Stand Out As Iowa Caucus Nears

Mary Anne Marsh: Democrats’ top two contenders as Iowa and NH votes draw near

Originally published on FoxNews.com. With 63 days until the Iowa caucuses, 71 days until the New Hampshire primary and 92 days until Super Tuesday, the race for the Democratic nomination is in the home stretch. The one thing money can’t buy a campaign is time. And time is running out for everyone except the top tier candidates. … Continue reading Mary Anne Marsh: Democrats’ top two contenders as Iowa and NH votes draw near

Mary Anne Marsh: Fifth Democratic debate’s big winners and surprising losers

Originally published on FoxNews.com. After a day of impeachment hearings with some devastating developments for President Trump, the fifth Democratic debate opened Wednesday night in Atlanta with everyone seeming a bit more nervous than usual, but then quickly settled into candidates delivering their respective campaign messages. While many expected the debate to focus attacks on the front … Continue reading Mary Anne Marsh: Fifth Democratic debate’s big winners and surprising losers

Former Mass. Gov. Deval Patrick Joins A Crowded Race For President

Originally published on WBUR.org. Photo by Josh Reynolds. Former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick launched his presidential campaign with an announcement video Thursday morning, making a last-minute entry into an already-crowded Democratic field. In the video, Patrick touted his political experience as governor and framed his path from Chicago's South Side to the Massachusetts State House … Continue reading Former Mass. Gov. Deval Patrick Joins A Crowded Race For President

Deval Patrick’s Bain Capital experience makes his 2020 candidacy the ‘longest of long shots,’ political strategist says

Originally published on CNBC.com. Photo by Getty. Former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick announced a late bid to run for president Thursday morning, but strategists say his experience at private equity firm Bain Capital will be a high hurdle for the Democrat to jump over. With the party swinging sharply to the left since the 2008 financial … Continue reading Deval Patrick’s Bain Capital experience makes his 2020 candidacy the ‘longest of long shots,’ political strategist says

Bloomberg’s Team Calls His Crude Remarks on Women ‘Wrong’

Originally published in The New York Times. Photo by Bridget Bennett. As Michael Bloomberg prepares a presidential run, his history of crude remarks is likely to draw scrutiny. His team said some were “disrespectful.” It was a cheeky birthday gift for a hard-charging boss, a 32-page book of one-liners compiled by colleagues at his company. “The Portable Bloomberg: The … Continue reading Bloomberg’s Team Calls His Crude Remarks on Women ‘Wrong’