More than a month after Elizabeth Warren suspended her campaign for president, the U.S. senator from Massachusetts finally announced her endorsement of Joe Biden's candidacy.
And as endorsements pour in for Joe Biden, it was unclear if the endorsements from Cory Booker and Kamala Harris would bring Black voters along with them.
As voters headed to the polls in five early voting states Tuesday, presidential candidates in both parties zig zagged across the country as they made last-ditch efforts to make an impression.
On Tuesday, voters in 12 states headed to the polls as Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton and her Republican rival Donald Trump work to expand their delegate count against their nearest challengers, according to The New York Times.
A day before voters head to polls in pivotal Super Tuesday primary races in certain states around the nation, Republican candidates continued to pummel each other in an effort to win votes.
CNN projected Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to win the South Carolina primary Saturday, beating Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.
The remaining five Republican presidential candidates took to the stage Thursday at the University of Houston in the final debate ahead of the all-important Super Tuesday primaries next week.
During one of the most open discussions yet about race among Democratic presidential candidates, front-runner Hillary Clinton delivered a heartfelt answer to a Black woman's question about how she would tackle institutional racism in post-Ferguson America.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Mitt Romney’s Super Tuesday victories elicited a collective yawn from his party’s superdelegates. SEE ALSO: Need A Passport Photo? There’s An App For That! Since Tuesday’s voting, Romney has added only a single endorsement to his total among members of the Republican National Committee, the party leaders who automatically attend the national […]
WASHINGTON — Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum are trying to make the most of a mixed Super Tuesday, each claiming a measure of victory but unable to settle the most tumultuous race for the GOP presidential nomination in decades. Romney narrowly won in pivotal Ohio, seized a home-state victory in Massachusetts, triumphed in Idaho, Vermont […]
Roland Martin is hosting a special event Tuesday evening live from Howard University’s campus. Watch LIVE online 8-11pm. Tune in to get various perspectives on this major primary day that will decide the republican front runner for Alaska, Georgia, Idaho, Massachusetts, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Vermont and Virginia. Submit your questions and comments on […]
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