Beating Donald Trump will take a social media army. Sanders must recruit his campus organizers to enlist as many college students as possible.
As passionate supporters of Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden in the primary, we are urging Democrats to join forces to take our country back from the nightmare of the past few years.
To revive the economy, Joe Biden wants to build his own New Deal with an array of proposals to strengthen the social safety net and revive prosperity. The big question: Is he up to the challenge?
Biden definitely needs their money if he wants to stay competitive against Trump, but he also needs their volunteerism to help turn out the vote.
He said the $3 trillion coronavirus response package passed by House Democrats last week needs major improvements and he cautioned that the Trump administration currently has no national, science-based plan for reopening the economy.
The Climate Change group is just one of six task forces that Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders will soon unveil.
"The State of New York acted unconstitutionally and the district court's decision should be upheld," Sanders' campaign manager Faiz Shakir said.
Ahmaud Arbery, 25, was shot while jogging in Georgia in February.
Yang said the decision to remove names from the ballot denied voters "the right to choose our next candidate for the office of President of the United States."
Bernie Sanders will keep more than 300 of his delegates, according to a new agreement issued in collaboration with Joe Biden Thursday.
"Seeking care when exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms or when suspecting of having been infected by the coronavirus is a critical element in combating the outbreak," the Gallup report noted.
Joe Biden's critics are blasting CNN for failing to uncover archival footage that they say would help corroborate Tara Reade's allegations that the former vice president sexually assaulted her in 1993.
It turns out that the coronavirus epidemic hasn't really increased support for Medicare for All, but it'll still play a role in the upcoming presidential election.
Joe Biden is the Hillary Clinton of 2020, but the Democratic Party's leadership clearly doesn't see this as a liability.
Joe Biden has prioritized unifying the party and luring the young and progressive voters that energized Senator Bernie Sanders' campaign, but has made limited overtures to win over New York Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Biden has seen his lead over Trump grow significantly over the past couple weeks, according to the new survey data.
Recent polls also show Biden leading President Donald Trump by at least 5 points in hypothetical head-to-head matchups.
"The absurdity and cruelty of our employer-based, private health insurance system should now be apparent to all," the senator from Vermont wrote.
"Make a $7 contribution to the Democratic Unity Fund today to show your commitment to party unity by helping elect Democrats nationwide," Sanders said in an email to supporters on Friday.
As the Democratic party rallies behind its least inspiring candidate, it's worth taking stock what America and the world lost out on in these primaries. One thing is certain—Biden won't solve the issues that produced the Trump presidency.
Both Obama's endorsement of Biden and Clinton included a call for unity and praise for Bernie Sanders, the Vermont senator who failed to clinch the nomination in both primary contests.
"This is not just about Donald Trump," she said. "It's about a systemic structure in this country that is set up to fail working-class people, the young and people of color. We need a real plan and not just gestures."
"With the utmost respect for Bernie Sanders, who is an incredible human being & a genuine inspiration, I don't endorse Joe Biden," Gray tweeted Monday.
"President Trump's supporters will run through a brick wall to vote for him. Nobody is running through a brick wall for Joe Biden," the president's campaign manager said.
Trump narrowly beat Hillary Clinton in several battleground states that Obama had won in 2008 and 2012. Democrats aim to win back these states in 2020.
In his first major interview since suspending his presidential campaign, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders said he hoped to work with former Vice President Joe Biden and "move him in a more progressive direction."
Did Sanders' campaign fail or succeed? Expanded health care, a higher minimum wage, free college: His ideas may have outgrown the need for Sanders himself and his purist approach.
Sanders said on Wednesday that Joe Biden is "going to have to bring new people into his political world" in order to win over Sanders' supporters.