Reps. Tulsi Gabbard and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez are supporting the adoption of universal basic income to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, with Gabbard introducing a House bill that would provide $1,000 a month to every American adult during the health crisis.
In the last two decades, there have been few White House hopefuls—Republican and Democrat—who stayed in the race as long as the congresswoman has and with as few delegates. But there was at least one other candidate.
This quiz may help you decide as the 2020 presidential race for Democrats has officially narrowed to just three candidates, with only two, Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders, in contention for the party nomination to face Donald Trump in November.
""To meet the Delegate Threshold for the Arizona Debate, candidates must have been allocated at least 20% of the total number of pledged delegates allocated," said a Friday statement from the DNC. Gabbard currently has a total of two delegates.
Hawaii Representative Tulsi Gabbard believes Democratic National Committee Chair Tom Perez should resign after the muddled results from the Iowa caucuses. "Unfortunately, [Perez] has had a failure of leadership," Gabbard told Fox News host Sean Hannity on Monday.
One reason is that Gabbard has failed to meet fundraising and polling requirements laid out by the Democratic National Committee for the seventh debate, making it the second one in a row she's failed to qualify for.