By Janie Har, Associated Press
Enthusiasm is high for the election, which was moved up from its usual spot in June. But the election also coincides with a number of changes aimed at expanding voter participation.
By Lisa Desjardins
Results tonight could determine whether any of the remaining candidates can glide to the Democratic nomination -- or if a rocky convention awaits.
By Associated Press
While Super Tuesday won't necessarily determine who wins the nomination, it has historically been difficult for a candidate who performs poorly on the day to recover.
NPR’s Tamara Keith and Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report join Judy Woodruff to discuss the latest political news, including the resurgence of former Vice President Joe Biden’s presidential campaign after the South Carolina primary, the exits of Sen.
By Daniel Bush
Sylvester Turner told the PBS NewsHour that he believed of all the candidates in the race, Michael Bloomberg is best equipped to improve public education and close the wealth gap.
A total of 1,344 delegates are up for grabs in 14 states and American Samoa. Watch PBS NewsHour's special coverage here.
By Alexandra Jaffe, Kathleen Ronayne, Associated Press
After Biden's commanding win in South Carolina, which was powered by support from African Americans, Mike Bloomberg is facing mounting pressure to justify his presence in the race.
By Jeff Greenfield, Laura Fong, Sam Weber
This week's Super Tuesday will include results from 14 states and one U.S. territory. In all, 1,357 delegates are at stake. But Democrats do not have winner-take-all rules, so presidential candidates can gain a fair number of delegates without actually…
By Thomas Beaumont, Associated Press
The window is closing for Pete Buttigieg's longshot presidential campaign. His fourth-place finish in South Carolina exposed a core vulnerability, namely the inability to attract the support of black voters who are vital to any winning Democratic coalition.
By Steve Peoples, Meg Kinnard, Bill Barrow, Lisa Mascaro, Associated Press
Joe Biden fought to unite the Democratic Party's moderate wing behind his candidacy after scoring a comeback victory in South Carolina’s Democratic primary that forced leading moderate rival Pete Buttigieg out of the race on Sunday.
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