Lowery, who died at the age of 98 on Friday, was often dubbed the "Dean" of the civil of the civil rights movement.
Andrew Yang received the second highest level of support from respondents.
If the former vice president wins the race, a woman of color has the power to energize any progressives disappointed that their preferred candidate did not secure the nomination, the Democratic strategists said.
"It was hurtful to hear you talk about the reputations of two United States Senators who built their reputations and career on the segregation of race," Harris told Biden last year.
Harris officially endorsed Joe Biden for president Sunday, describing him as the candidate who can unite the Democratic Party to defeat President Donald Trump.
Entrepreneur Andrew Yang was named as the second top pick out of named candidates in the Emerson College Polling study.
One day after Harris dropped out of the 2020 race, a reporter asked Biden whether he'd consider Harris as his running mate. "Of course I would," he responded.
The rush to judgment is not just on one side of the aisle.
Tuesday's announcement that California Senator Kamala Harris would be suspending her presidential campaign elicited a range of responses from former campaign rivals that included nearly universal praise for the senator.
CNN's chief political analyst Gloria Borger said this is "a lesson on how when you run for the presidency, you need to have a message and you need to stick to it."
"In the end, Democrats more than anything else are looking for someone who can beat Trump," one polling analyst said.
The criticism came in the resignation letter of Kelly Mehlenbacher, the campaign's state operations director.
The Democratic 2020 primary candidate said some of her rivals were "dismissing" and disrespecting millions of the network's viewers.
Senator Kamala Harris accused her political rival, Representative Tulsi Gabbard, of 'cozying up to Steve Bannon' and criticizing the Democratic party on Fox News.
Senator Kamala Harris released a 2020 campaign advertisement Wednesday calling President Donald Trump a "sex predator."
Cory Booker poked fun at Pete Buttigieg's maligned racial justice plan by amplifying a satirical article written by the parody website "The Onion," joking that the weirdest part of the headline was that he had never been to Kenya.
"How can we refuse to see that shooting in real time, demanding our attention, requiring our action?" Senator Blumenthal asked his colleagues as he learned of the Santa Clarita shooting.
It's a big weekend ahead with the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and 'Sesame Street' turning 50.
During the Senate Homeland Security Committee, Senator Kamala Harris questioned the FBI Director a series of questions ranging from where his loyalty lies to what kind of clearance Giuliani has at the White House.
The Harvard CAPS/Harris poll questioned a national sample of U.S. adult voters about who they are "most likely to vote for in a Democratic primary."
"I've only had one client in my entire life, and that has been the people. Unlike other people, unlike others, I have never represented a corporation. I have never represented a special interest. I started my career fighting for the people," Harris said.
"Rumor has it Kamala that you are not African American. Is that True?" GOP state Representative Alfred Baldasaro tweeted.
Senator Kamala Harris said President Trump only understands the "criminal" portion of a justice reform award he received Friday at a historically black college in South Carolina.
Some of the candidates dominated the field, while others floundered on a crowded debate stage.
Jefferson was reportedly playing video games with her nephew and thought there was a potential trespasser outside. When she went to investigate, she was shot by the police officer.
Speaking to Newsweek after their chaotic front porch press conference, the accuser, and the duo of right-wing provocateurs were unable to provide any evidence that would corroborate their claims.
The California senator, a candidate in the Democratic Party's 2020 race, said President Donald Trump is intimidating witnesses.
"We demand answers," Harris said. "I pray for his family, his community, and all those impacted by this tragedy."
Impeachment proceedings, which began early last week, seek to find out whether President Donald Trump used his power in office to recruit help from foreign leaders in his reelection bid. Lahren thinks California leadership is spending too much time on the investigation.