democrats-are-down-to-the-sweet-sixteen-two-months-from-iowa

With the news that Montana Governor Steve Bullock and former Pennsylvania Congressman Joe Sestak dropped out of the presidential race this week, the Democratic primary is down to its sweet sixteen two months before the Iowa caucuses on Feb. 3. Neither Bullock or Sestak were able to cultivate significant support in the race. Bullock made…

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cnn’s-bullock,-de-blasio-town-halls-draw-lowest-ratings-of-the-night

Sunday night’s CNN town halls featuring struggling presidential candidates Montana governor Steve Bullock (D.) and New York City mayor Bill de Blasio (D.) drew lower ratings than rivals Fox News and MSNBC. The two candidates failed to crack half a million viewers during back-to-back appearances on CNN, according to the Washington Examiner. Bullock’s audience was…

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bullock-on-possible-senate-run:-‘an-absolute-no’

Montana Gov. Steve Bullock (D.) said during a Sunday CNN town hall that he would not consider running for Senate should he fail to secure the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination. Bullock’s comment came after host Alisyn Camerota pushed him on whether or not he would consider helping Democrats take back the Senate from Republican leadership…

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hickenlooper-announces-senate-run-in-key-state-for-democrats

Former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper launched his campaign for the U.S. Senate Thursday, one week after ending his bid for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination. “I’ve always said Washington was a lousy place for a guy like me who knows how to get things done — but this is no time to walk away from…

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where-have-all-the-cowboys-gone?-2020-democrats-come-up-short-in-masculinity

Former Texas congressman Beto O’Rourke can’t change a tire, and Montana Gov. Steve Bullock can’t use a grill. It seems the only cowboy in this presidential contest is New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, who proved his worthiness of such a title for slaughtering Staten Island Chuck, the city’s cherished groundhog, in 2014. O’Rourke’s…

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after-shootings,-2020-democrats-race-further-to-the-left-on-gun-confiscation

2020 Democratic White House hopefuls were quick to call for new gun laws this week in the aftermath of back-to-back shootings in Ohio and Texas over the weekend that left 31 dead. Several candidates, including current front-runner Joe Biden, have called for Australian-style gun buyback programs where owners of firearms would sell back their weapons…

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the-good,-bad,-and-ugly-among-2020-campaign-merchandise

After looking over the campaign items the 2020 Democratic hopefuls are offering to dedicated voters, you can understand their fundraising challenges. In the movie “National Treasure,” Nicholas Cage’s character, Ben Gates, bonds with the worker at the National Archives, Abigail Chase, over her collection of George Washington campaign buttons. The desire for those rare items…

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bullock-calls-for-$15-federal-minimum-wage,-despite-paying-his-interns-$9-an-hour

Democratic presidential candidate and Montana Gov. Steve Bullock has publicly supported a national minimum wage of $15 an hour, but his official office was advertising full-time internships earlier this summer that only paid his interns $9 an hour. Bullock took to Twitter last week to call for the minimum wage to be raised by quoting…

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