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In a 2018 meeting between the two Democratic hopefuls, Elizabeth Warren claims Bernie Sanders said a woman could not win the White House.
Nearly half of African-Americans surveyed in a new Washington Post-Ipsos poll said they support the former vice-president as the nominee.
The presidential hopeful has a $100 billion plan to provide a world-class education to HBCU students that's both proactive and debt-free.
“Elizabeth has made it her life’s work to pursue justice for working families and put economic and political power in the hands of people."
Kamala Harris is doing it for the kids in her latest campaign proposal. Her Children's Agenda also includes provisions for paid family leave.
Joe Biden made the controversial comment at an event in Iowa, before quickly amending to include, "wealthy kids, Black kids, Asian kids."
NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio pointed to policies in his city, such as the Green New Deal, $15 minimum wage, and free early childhood education as examples of what he would want to accomplish during his presidency.
In an interview with ESSENCE's News & Politics Director Yesha Callahan, Booker said that it’s not enough for voters to know what he’s against, but also what he’s for.
Tom Steyer, one of the more prominent voices advocating for the impeachment of President Donald Trump, has joined the presidential race.
While these numbers shouldn’t be overinterpreted at this stage, they do align with an increase in (social) media buzz around the Massachusetts senator.
Without his “bromance” with former President Barack Obama providing cover, Biden has faced more intense pushback from women’s and reproductive rights organizations.
The 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful says his new affordable housing plan gives every American a fair shot at keeping a roof over their heads.
The sole Black woman in the race for the White House is making a commitment to close the pay gap in corporate America.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio will be the 23rd Democratic to make their bid for the White House in 2020.