‘A wide open race’: Dropout scrambles Democratic race to replace Kennedy

Originally published by WPRI By Ted Nesi FALL RIVER, Mass. (WPRI) — The fierce Democratic primary battle to succeed Congressman Joe Kennedy shifted into a higher gear on Thursday, as one candidate dropped out to endorse a rival in an explicit effort to avoid splitting the progressive vote. David Cavell, an Obama administration alum and … Continue reading ‘A wide open race’: Dropout scrambles Democratic race to replace Kennedy

WBUR: Whether Or Not Biden Picks Warren As His Running Mate, She Will Have Major Clout In Washington

As Joe Biden prepares to announce his running mate in the next few days, he's under a lot of pressure to pick a woman of color. Even so, Elizabeth Warren is believed to be among the top contenders and already exerting a big influence on Biden's campaign. The case for Warren begins with the most … Continue reading WBUR: Whether Or Not Biden Picks Warren As His Running Mate, She Will Have Major Clout In Washington

With a word, Sen. Elizabeth Warren keeps 2020 hopes on the table

Originally published in State House News Service by Katie Lannan. Sen. Elizabeth Warren launched her presidential campaign with a February 2019 rally in Lawrence, attended by throngs of supporters, members of Congress and national media. The Cambridge Democrat’s potential bid for the vice presidency, which could end up having big implications in Massachusetts, kicked off … Continue reading With a word, Sen. Elizabeth Warren keeps 2020 hopes on the table

Mary Anne Marsh: In Biden-Sanders debate, solutions win and revolution loses

Originally published on FoxNews.com. While starting a debate focused on the coronavirus by coughing wasn’t the best move by former Vice President Joe Biden, he employed the right strategy in his first one-on-one matchup against Sen. Bernie Sanders on Sunday night, making it about solutions versus a revolution. Biden addressed the coronavirus crisis and every topic discussed with real answers … Continue reading Mary Anne Marsh: In Biden-Sanders debate, solutions win and revolution loses

Mary Anne Marsh: Tuesday’s Michigan primary will answer these questions about Biden-Sanders matchup

Originally published on FoxNews.com. What a year this week has been. So, what did we learn about the Democratic nomination on Super Tuesday? Anything can happen – and it will. Last week I wrote, “The fact is Joe Biden’s firewall has to become spontaneous combustion across 14 states to even stay close on Super Tuesday.” And it did. That is the only explanation for where Biden finds … Continue reading Mary Anne Marsh: Tuesday’s Michigan primary will answer these questions about Biden-Sanders matchup

As she exits the race, Elizabeth Warren faces an endorsement dilemma

Originally published on nbcnews.com by Sahil Kapur. WASHINGTON — Elizabeth Warren is no longer a Democratic presidential candidate, but she looms large over the race between moderate Joe Biden and progressive Bernie Sanders, holding the power to shape it with her endorsement. Warren offered no hints Thursday regarding whom she'll throw her support to, saying she wants to "take a … Continue reading As she exits the race, Elizabeth Warren faces an endorsement dilemma

Elizabeth Warren Slides to Third Place in Massachusetts

Originally published in The New York Times by Reid J. Epstein. The result was a worst-case scenario for the senator in her home state, which surprisingly tilted toward Joe Biden. Senator Elizabeth Warren, who last summer rose to the top of polls in several presidential primary states, on Tuesday reached the nadir of her bid for … Continue reading Elizabeth Warren Slides to Third Place in Massachusetts