Iowa plays an outsized role in presidential politics, and new poll numbers from that state could influence how different Democratic candidates' focus their campaigns. The poll by The Des Moines Register and CNN puts Sen. Elizabeth Warren two points ahead…
By Errin Haines, Associated Press
African Americans make up roughly 24 percent of the Democratic primary electorate, and a much higher percent in early primary states like South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama and Virginia.
By Michelle L. Price, Alexandra Jaffe, Bill Barrow, Associated Press
The state parties had planned to allow some voters to cast caucus votes over the telephone in February 2020 instead of showing up at traditional caucus meetings.
Native Americans received more attention from presidential candidates this week than in previous years. Nine 2020 Democratic hopefuls attended a forum in Sioux City, Iowa, to discuss U.S. treaty obligations to Native people, the epidemic of violence against Native women,…
By Josh Buettner, Iowa Public TV
In the American West, recreational and tourist activities on public lands can conflict with agriculture, ranching and mining. Despite this potential clash between leisure and livelihood, the people of Grand Junction, Colorado, have found a way to share their state’s…
By Dan Cooney, Magan Crane
Among the many must-attend events for presidential candidates, few are as iconic as the Iowa State Fair.
By Associated Press
Former Vice President Joe Biden and Montana Gov. Steve Bullock blistered President Donald Trump and promised to fight for the state in the general election if they win the Democratic nomination.
Can they help Democrats win in 2020?…
By Michelle L. Price, Thomas Beaumont, Associated Press
The tele-caucus systems are aimed at opening the local-level political gatherings to more people.
By Thomas Beaumont, Darlene Superville, Associated Press
The president unleashed a series of schoolyard taunts of the former vice president before taking off from the White House, declaring "Joe Biden is a dummy."…
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