“You have a responsibility to protect their health and the public’s health.”
Biden pledged during Sunday night's debate to add a woman to his ticket. He's got a lot of them to choose from.
The primary is between Biden and Sanders, but that doesn't mean women's groups should sit this one out.
“This is a clear indication of how much harder and tougher women have to be in this political sphere.”
Paul Newell would have been a Warren delegate for New York. He just endorsed Bernie.
The Massachusetts senator had soared to the front of the Democratic field with a stirring series of summer debates, and leveraged a litany of progressive plans. But it was downhill from there.
Less than a week after being left for dead in the Democratic race, Joe Biden has won a number of key Super Tuesday states by blowout margins.
Warren faces the real risk of losing Massachusetts to Sanders.
The "Persist PAC" isn't exactly listening to Elizabeth Warren.
If voters care about progressive politics—and preventing someone like Joe Biden or Michael Bloomberg from winning the nomination—they should do everything they can to bring the Bernie and Warren camps together.
As one superdelegate put it, "there’s a vibrant conversation about whether there is anything that can be done."
The rest of the Democratic field seems to finally realize it.