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“John Delaney has been a champion for conservation for many years and we are honored that he will guide us as chair to help us make the very best decisions for our mission and the environment,” said Jim McCarthy, the president of NFLT, on Tuesday.
Delaney was first elected mayor in 1995 and won a second term in 1999, making him the first Republican elected to that post since Reconstruction.
On Friday, just days before the Iowa caucus, former U.S. Rep. John Delaney, D-Mary., who was urging the Democratic presidential field to stay away from socialism, ended his campaign for the White House. Delaney’s campaign...
Bloomberg announced at the end of last week that U.S. Rep. Stephanie Murphy, D-Fla., was backing his presidential bid. Murphy, one of the leaders of the moderate Blue Dog Caucus on Capitol Hill, had endorsed former U.S. Rep. Beto O’Rourke, D-Tex., who bowed out of the race after failing to meet expectations.
On Wednesday, Florida Atlantic University’s (FAU) Business and Economics Polling Initiative (BEPI) released a poll showing Biden ahead of the pack with 42 percent. U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., stands in distant second with 16 percent followed by U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., with 10 percent.
“It’s with a full heart that I share this news—I’ve made the hard decision to suspend my campaign for president,” Booker announced on Monday. “I’ve said throughout this race that this election is not just a referendum on Donald Trump. It’s a referendum on who we are and who we must be to each other.
“It’s with profound gratitude to all of our supporters that I suspend my campaign for president today,” Castro announced. “I’m so proud of everything we’ve accomplished together. I’m going to keep fighting for an America where everyone counts—I hope you’ll join me in that fight.”
An impeachment battle is coming to Capitol Hill--but history shows it might not help the congressional leaders pushing it, including those with presidential aspirations.
With U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-NY, now out of the race, the oddsmakers are wondering who the next Democrat to drop out of the presidential race will be.
Here’s a look at some of Tuesday night’s winners and losers. One major caveat. When the Democrats held their first round in Miami at the end of June, the first debate was almost totally eclipsed by the second one. With Biden and Harris back in the second debate, the same thing could happen once again.
"history has a way of being upended these days in presidential elections as Barack Obama and Donald Trump can attest and we’re starting to see signs that it could happen again."
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