Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders holds a dominant lead over every other Democratic presidential candidate among younger Generation Z and Millennial voters, but his support among older Baby Boomer Democrats barely registers.
Bernie Sanders has spiked back up in local and nationwide polls to share the top spot of the Democratic presidential pack alongside fellow front-runner former Vice President Joe Biden.
Andrew Yang supporters accused CNBC of another "#YangMediaBlackout" Monday after the news network posted a 2020 candidate graphic showing an image of someone other than the presidential candidate.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders continues to hold a commanding 15 percentage point lead over the rest of the Democratic presidential candidates among college students.
"With less than a year until November 3, 2020, we must come together now..." began a tweet from the Democratic National Committee accompanying the video, which featured many, but not all, of the Democratic presidential candidates.
Cory Booker said no other Democratic candidate has more endorsements than him from local Iowa and New Hampshire leaders.
Fewer candidates may appear on stage in December due to higher qualifying thresholds set by the Democratic National Committee.
The former president urged the 2020 candidates against pushing too far to the left in their primary campaigns, which may alienate general election moderates when the nominee ultimately faces off against President Donald Trump.
Former GOP Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker said Bernie Sanders is the most "authentic" Democratic candidate, expressing concern Sanders' successful "gut-check" campaign resonates with voters who like Trump.
New York Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez lauded Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders during a 2020 presidential campaign rally in Queens Saturday.
Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard is in the lower tier of Democratic presidential candidates in terms of net worth, although she has stored away a steady amount of money from real estate investments.
"I just hope tonight, I can be worthy of your trust," Steyer said in a video he tweeted hours before his first Democratic debate.
The researchers concluded that Republicans will have a major advantage over Democrats in 2020 and beyond unless a policy change completely dissolves the Electoral College.
Bill Maher expressed his concern to Amy Klobuchar Friday night that Joe Biden is looking less and less likely to defeat President Donald Trump in 2020.
A Democratic Party activist and MSNBC guest claimed Friday that voters in support of Senator Bernie Sanders instead of Elizabeth Warren are revealing their "sexism."
Oprah Winfrey declined to moderate a 2020 presidential debate and said she was "happy" not to be participating in the process at all - but she did offer several pieces of advice to the Democratic candidates.
The two Republicans are looking to flip the 26th Congressional District seat, which is currently occupied by Democratic Representative Debbie Mucarsel-Powell.
"I saw this woman talking to someone, and I was just captivated," Mann said of the first time he met Warren.
The Democratic National Committee voted Saturday to reject single-issue presidential candidate debates over topics including climate change.
More than 20 candidates will take the stage in the state with caucuses that are considered the first presidential votes.
Bill O'Reilly warned that "extremist" liberals and Democrats are fighting a "social civil war" against American conservatives that includes hating police officers and a promotion of "barbaric behavior."
"We've come to the conclusion that talk is cheap," Representative Dan Kildee told Newsweek.
"We look at any white man and think they too can lead and forget there are systemic reasons why white men are the people in power," CNN guest Sayu Bhojwani remarked.
Bernie Sanders sent a fiery letter to an establishment Democratic Party think tank accusing the John Podesta-founded group of "smearing" progressive 2020 candidates.
Abrams said running for president and pursuing a seat in the Senate "are not interchangeable."
Vermont Independent Senator Bernie Sanders angered many establishment Democrats and drew rare praise from conservatives over his plans to appear at a Fox News 2020 presidential campaign town hall later this month.
The Democratic field is already the most ethnically and racially diverse in history and has a record-breaking number of female candidates vying for a shot at the White House.