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Beto O’Rourke is playing coy on a 2020 presidential bid. He had said during his Senate campaign though that he wouldn’t run for the Oval Office.
“I haven’t made any decisions about anything” – Cong Beto O’Rourke (D-TX) to TMZ on him making a 2020 presidential run
The Senate runoff in Mississippi is tightening after appointed Republican incumbent Cindy Hyde-Smith has made a series of gaffes.
However, Democrat Mike Espy still faces an uphill battle in a state where Democrats have been unable to get 45% of the vote, let alone a majority, in recent years.
Billionaire Tom Steyer is taking further steps towards a presidential bid and preparing to host a series of town halls across the country.
He ran a full page ad as well in USA Today this morning.
The ad that @TomSteyer ran in USA Today this morning that is about what he thinks Democrats should be talking about in 2020, as he nears a decision on whether he’ll be talking about 2020 himself pic.twitter.com/NVEkAFtlvL
Seth Moulton, one of the most vocal opponents of Nancy Pelosi returning as Speaker, is facing a backlash from constituents.
At a town hall that Moulton held in his Massachusetts district yesterday, he faced loud criticism about his opposition to Pelosi.
There is a limited field of talented Democratic operatives in Iowa and already potential presidential candidates are courting them.
One name mentioned is Andrew Turner, the 23-year-old who led the campaign of the first Democrat to be elected state auditor in decades.
A CBS poll of Democrats finds that 49% want Nancy Pelosi to become Speaker and 40% would prefer someone else.
CBS News poll: 49% of Democrats want @NancyPelosi to be the next Speaker of the House.
40% prefer another Democrat.
The last debate of 2018 will be held tonight in Mississippi and the president will pardon a turkey and fly to Palm Beach.
It’s Tuesday in American politics.
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