Kamala Harris Ends White House Bid

Kamala Harris 2020 campaign buttonDecember 3, 2019 - Senator Kamala Harris of California ended her run for the White House today. Despite a candidacy that began with much optimism , Kamala Harris 2020 campaign buttonHarris has struggled for months to raise the  financial resources needed for a run for the presidency.

This week a new poll illustrated that Harris's campaign was headed in the wrong direction , when new entrant to the Democratic race for the presidential nomination former Mayor New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg scored 6% to just 2% for Harris.

In an email to supports Harris wrote " So here's the truth today. I've taken stock and looked at this from every angle , and over the last few days have come to one of the hardest decisions of my life. My campaign for president simply doesn't have the financial resources to continue."

While Harris White House bid has come to an end , it likely that whoever becomes the nominee for the Democrats will have Harris on their short list for the vice presidency.

Buttigieg Edges Rivals In Latest Iowa Poll

Pete Buttigieg 2020 campaign buttonNovember 14, 2019 - South Bend Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg finds himself in the top tier of candidates in the latest polling for the upcoming 2020 Iowa Pete Buttigieg 2020 campaign buttonsDemocratic Caucus. Buttigieg comes in first with 22% followed by former Vice President Joe Biden with 19%. In third place is Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts  with 18% followed by Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont with 13%.

The remaining candidates all find themselves polling in single digits. In fifth place is Senator Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota with 5% followed by these candidates scoring 3% each , Senator Kamala Harris , Business Tom Steyer and Entrepreneur Andrew Yang.

Warren Leads In Early Battleground States

October 14, 2019 - On the eve of the fourth Democratic presidential debate Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts leads the field in polling in the initial 18 states that will vote in 2020. Warren has the support of 31% followed by former Vice President Joe Biden with 25%.

In 3rd place is Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont with 17%. In fourth place is Senator Kamala Harris with 7% followed by South Bend Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg with 5% and former Texas Congressman Beto O'Rourke with 4%.

If these polls numbers were to remain the same into next years primaries and caucuses they would result in Warren scoring 720 delegates followed by Biden with 577 delegates and Sanders with 159 delegates. Rounding out the field would be O'Rourke with 30 delegates , Senator Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota  with 5 delegates and Buttigieg with 3 delegates.

These battleground poll numbers and possible delegates counts are based on the states of Iowa, New Hampshire , Nevada , South Carolina , Alabama , Arkansas , California , Colorado , Maine , Massachusetts , Minnesota , North Carolina , Oklahoma , Tennessee , Texas , Vermont , Utah and Virginia.


Warren Wave Rising As She Leads Biden For First Time In National Poll

Elizabeth Warren Campaign ButtonSeptember 25 , 2019 - After recent polls have showed Senator Elizabeth Warren leading in polls in both Iowa and New Hampshire , a new poll shows her Joe Biden Campaign Buttonleading former Vice President Joe Biden for the first time in nationally. Warren has the support of 27% compared with 25% for Biden. In third place is Senator Bernie Sanders with 16%.

After the trio of Warren , Biden and Sanders all other Democrats in the 2020 race for the White House are in single digits with South Bend Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg at 7% followed by Senator Kamala Harris with 3%. At 2% each are former Congressman Beto O'Rourke , Senator Amy Klobuchar , former HUD Secretary Julian Castro , and Businessman Andrew Yang.


After 3 Debates Latest Poll Shows Joe Biden With Wide Lead

September 15, 2019 - Last weeks third Democratic presidential debate  apparently has changed little in Joe Biden's poll standing nationally. Since entering the White House race in April of this year Biden has often had leads of 10 to 20 percent over his rivals. One of the first polls out since the debate shows Biden leading with 35% to Elizabeth Warrens' 15%. Close behind Warren is Bernie Sanders with 14%.

After that, the rest of the canidates contiue to poll in the single digits. Kamala Harris is at 5% followed by Pete Buttigieg at 4%. Next is Beto O'Rourke at 3% and Andrew Yang at 2%. Polling at 1% each are Cory Booker , Amy Klobuchar and Julian Castro.