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DemDaily: Delaying Democracy

DemDaily: Delaying Democracy

March 17, 2020 Among the now daily repercussions of the coronavirus pandemic is the impact the crisis is having on the 2020 race for the White House. In the last four...

DemDaily: Combating the Coronavirus

DemDaily: Combating the Coronavirus

March 13, 2020 Worldwide, the coronavirus, a dangerous contagent that has reached pandemic levels, has so far sickened more than 142,100 people in at least 113 countries. According to The New York...

DemDaily: Gaming The Gap

DemDaily: Gaming The Gap

March 11, 2020 Yesterday’s multi-state primary may have widened the delegate gap for Joe Biden, but not enough to ultimately claim victory in his battle with Bernie Sanders for the...

DemDaily: The Endorsement Game

DemDaily: The Endorsement Game

March 10, 2020 The endorsement of elected officials, newspaper, major labor and organizations, has traditionally been a major predictor of success for candidates in presidential primaries, but...

DemDaily: A Little Humor!

DemDaily: A Little Humor!

March 6, 2020 To Remind Us to Laugh On Super Tuesday Millions of Americans went to the polls on Super Tuesday or, as Trevor Noah referred to it, “the big night when Democrats in 14 states...

DemDaily: The Super Tuesday Aftermath

DemDaily: The Super Tuesday Aftermath

March 5, 2020 In the wake of Super Tuesday’s primaries, the Democratic presidential field lost yet another contender today as candidates in US Senate races celebrated primary victories...