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The Boston Globe Encourages US Middle Class Senator Elizabeth Warren to Run For President

By Ann Galland of the Boston Globe March 22, 2015

“Less than three years into her Senate term, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren has established herself as the country’s leading advocate for working and middle-class families. 389 more words

Major Newspaper Calls for Elizabeth Warren to Run Against Hillary

The Boston Globe and MoveOn.org are calling for Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren to run for president. No surprise.

Last October, right here on ExZoom, we predicted Warren would become the next Democrat candidate for president; not Hillary Clinton. 269 more words

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Potential Presidential Candidate Profiles: Martin O'Malley and Chris Christie

Article by Marcus Lang, March 17, 2015. This is the second part of an ongoing series profiling potential presidential candidates.

Martin O’Malley: The Long Shot Democrat… 1,396 more words

Inaugural Statistical Analysis of the 2016 Elections: Clinton and Bush favored to win respective nominations, Clinton Clear Favorite for Whitehouse

Article by Spencer Lindsay, March 16, 2015

Throughout the 2016 election cycle the Chronicle of American Politics will be statistically analyzing the races. As the election comes closer, these articles will become more frequent. 2,382 more words

Is Hillary a Sure Thing in 2016?

Robert Kuttner raises some serious concerns about the democratic presidential field of candidates for 2016 and he is right to do so, we have to wake up and get some competitive action going on for the left. 325 more words

Barbara Mikulski, Longest-Serving Woman in Congress, to Retire

Barbara Mikulski, the Maryland Democrat who has served in Congress for nearly 40 years, will retire from her current position as U.S. Senator at the end of her term in 2016. 247 more words

Reid Stopped a Major Battle, But the War is Coming

Sen. Harry Reid summoned dozens of staffers to the Senate’s Mansfield Room Tuesday and delivered a clear message: He’s running for reelection next year.

The comments are in part aimed at putting to rest growing speculation inside the Senate that the 75-year-old Nevada Democrat — badly hurt from a painful injury to his right eye — would call it quits after nearly three decades in the chamber. 317 more words

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