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One Of These Democrats Could Be The Next President

(CBS News) — While the results from last week’s midterm election are still trickling in, being counted or recounted, the Democratic primary for the 2020 presidential race is already in full swing, if unofficially. 2,209 more words


Democrats worry their presidential frontrunners are too old for 2020

 Former Vice President Joe Biden was a crowd pleaser at a St. Louis County union hall during a rally for Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., Wednesday night, but even his most ardent supporters are divided on whether Democratic leaders his age represent the future of the party. 546 more words

Keller @ Large: Mass. Voters Prefer Their Politicians Not Run For President

BOSTON (CBS) – From John Kennedy to Mitt Romney, there’s a long track record of Massachusetts politicians using their service here as a springboard for running for president. 266 more words


Democratic Nominee For Governor Jay Gonzalez: 'I'm Not Deval Patrick'

BOSTON (CBS) – With the race for Massachusetts governor rapidly approaching, Democratic nominee Jay Gonzalez wants voters to know he is not his former boss. 217 more words


John Kerry Wants to 'Make America Fair Again'

John Kerry did a book signing in Cambridge, Ma for his book “Every Day is Extra” moderated by former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick. Kerry talked about the importance in his generation of military service, attending Harvard with Fred Smith, and also spoke about why he conceded the election to George W. 135 more words


Strategy Rethink: 3 Black Governor Nominees Alter Democrats Path Back To Power

30 AUG 18 16:25 ET

By Gregory Krieg, CNN

(CNN) — With Democrat Andrew Gillum’s breakthrough victory in the Florida primary this week, he became the party’s third African-American nominee for governor in 2018. 715 more words


Andrew Gillum: Florida Victory Shows Blacks Are Winning More Than Ever


Could Mayor Andrew Gillum‘s stunning win in Florida’s gubernatorial Democratic primary Tuesday be a lesson learned for African-American candidates in New Jersey and other parts of the country? 536 more words

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