The Massachusetts senator’s departure from the presidential race left the two remaining top-tier Democratic candidates vying for her largely college-educated base of support ahead of the next states’ primaries.
Former Vice President Joe Biden would raise taxes by $4 trillion over a decade, concentrating those higher levies on top earners, according to a study of his tax proposals.
The liberal Massachusetts senator, whose policy-oriented pitch to remake Washington and boost the middle class seemed to catch fire in the fall of 2019, is ending her bid for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Several staffers who worked on the “100-day wild ride” said they were stunned by the ease with which decisions could be made and problems solved when money didn’t matter.
Presidential candidate Joe Biden completed one of the most dramatic political turnarounds in recent memory with a string of primary wins that showed him to be the only candidate so far to expand the Democratic electorate.
A string of Super Tuesday victories for Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders’s win in California narrowed the Democratic nomination contest to essentially a two-person race.
Elizabeth Warren was assessing her future in the Democratic presidential primary after a Super Tuesday rout left her far behind Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders.
The request came one day after protesters rushed the stage at Joe Biden’s rally in Los Angeles.
Michael Bloomberg is ending his presidential bid and endorsing Joe Biden, after the former New York City mayor spent hundreds of millions of dollars of his own money in an expensive bet on Super Tuesday states that was ultimately unsuccessful.
As former Vice President Joe Biden revived his presidential campaign with a string of victories on Super Tuesday, candidates in congressional primaries also advanced to the next round of voting in a number of closely watched contests.
With Super Tuesday behind them, the candidates turn their attention to the rest of the map.
Joe Biden’s Super Tuesday victories served notice that his triumph in South Carolina was no fluke and could form the basis of a competitive coalition of voters in what is shaping up to be a protracted fight with Sen. Bernie Sanders.
Joe Biden notched an impressive string of Super Tuesday victories, while Bernie Sanders won delegate-rich California, as the pair broke away from the field in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Unprecedented spending couldn’t win over voters in Super Tuesday states—and his advisers are now assessing his campaign.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren was poised to place third in Massachusetts’ Democratic primary, a blow to the liberal lawmaker’s presidential candidacy in a state that sent her to the U.S. Senate twice.
From North Carolina to California, Democrats said they struggled to choose between pragmatism and policy on Tuesday, mirroring a national debate over whether sweeping political and economic changes or moderation were the keys to defeating President Trump.
From the states casting ballots to key developments to watch and how to watch them, here is The Wall Street Journal’s guide to the biggest day yet in the presidential nominating process.
Voters heading to the polls in some Super Tuesday states will be met by workers wearing medical gloves and check-in tables decorated with Purell bottles, as the coronavirus outbreak collides with the presidential campaign.
Tuesday’s presidential primaries in 14 states span the nation. Yet the biggest voting day of the primary season is in many ways a series of local elections where candidates can earn delegates, even if they can’t win a whole state.
The moderate wing of the Democratic Party swiftly consolidated around Joe Biden’s candidacy as a trio of the former vice president’s competitors, Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar and Beto O’Rourke, joined forces to endorse him.