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- Nov 17th10 candidates will take the stage in November's Democratic Debate. Here's everything to know
Democratic presidential primary candidates will square off on a debate stage in Atlanta on Wednesday, where the primary debate will be co-hosted by MSNBC and the Washington Post, airing live from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. ET.
- Nov 16thBernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren are the 2020 progressive standard-bearers. Here's where they disagree on policy
Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders have a lot in common, but they diverge to some extent in several key policy areas. Here's where the Massachusetts Democrat and the Vermont independent disagree.
- Nov 16th
- Nov 14thTeachers’ union in Los Angeles endorses a presidential candidate, and it’s Bernie Sanders
The leadership of the 34,000-member United Teachers Los Angeles voted late Thursday to endorse Sen. Bernie Sanders to be president, throwing its support to him more than two months before the first Democratic votes are counted in the nomination contest.
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- Nov 11thSanders, AOC promote Green New Deal at largest Iowa Democratic primary rally
Joined by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Friday night, Sen. Bernie Sanders held the largest rally of any 2020 Democratic presidential candidate to date in Iowa, drawing more than 2,400 people to Iowa Western Community College in Council Bluffs.
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- Nov 3rdSanders criticizes Warren's health care plan: 'I think we have a better way'
Vermont Sen. criticized his presidential rival Sen. Elizabeth Warren's funding plan for "Medicare For All," calling his plan "more progressive" and squaring up the two most progressive candidates in the race for the Democratic nomination to do what neither of them have wanted to do: draw distinctions between each other.
- Nov 1stElizabeth Warren's "Medicare for All" requires another $20.5 trillion of federal spending
Sen. Elizabeth Warren has released her long-awaited plan to pay for "Medicare for All", which she says will put the $11 trillion that would be spent out-of-pocket on health care over 10 years "back in the pockets of American families."
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- Oct 22ndCan Warren, Sanders, Or Biden Actually Beat Trump? - The National Memo
With President Trump raging like Shakespeare’s mad King Lear on the heath, it can be difficult for an entirely sane politician to get an audience. Assuming that is, that any psychologically normal person would insert himself or herself into the bizarre spectacle that will be the 2020 U.S. presidential election.
- Oct 7th
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