In the face of a global crisis, both Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders delivered remarks on the Coronavirus. I couldn’t watch either of their addresses to the nation, as I was busy with work. Thankfully, one of them made sure I didn’t miss what he had to say.Continue reading “Day 297: 3/12/20”
Bernie Sanders is growing quieter, leaving Joe Biden to dominate my inbox. Over half of the total emails I received on Wednesday came from the Democratic front runner.Continue reading “Day 296: 3/11/20”
After last night’s blowout, my inbox has gotten noticeably quieter.
It’s a little sad that losing just 2 emails was noticeable.Continue reading “Day 295: 3/10/20”
It seems like 17 is the magic number for emails these days. Now that we’re down to just 3 candidates, I’ve been getting 17 emails a day quite a bit.
Today was the day my state got to vote. In the interest of full disclosure: I voted for Joe Biden, for Pete Buttigieg.
(If any of you hadn’t guessed that outcome, you were giving me way too much credit)Continue reading “Day 294: 3/9/20”
With just 3 candidates remaining, the weekend was far from exciting when it comes to emails. Bernie Sanders made sure I knew that my $1 donation was a big deal, so I should give him 14x that to help him win, while Tulsi Gabbard grumbled about how the DNC rules kept cutting her out of the debate, even while they let Mike Bloomberg in (though it could be argued that by letting Mike in, the DNC killed his campaign). Joe Biden, meanwhile, has been grateful that the party is coming home and his donations are surging along with his momentum.Continue reading “Days 292 and 293: 3/7/20-3/8/20”
We lost 4 candidates this week, and my inbox is finally showing it. After Pete Buttigieg dropped on Sunday, the emails started to collapse. Amy Klobuchar took another chunk out of my email with her suspension, and then Mike Bloomberg, who never emailed much, pulled out completely. Finally, Elizabeth Warren wrapped up her campaign, and my inbox has been under 20 emails a day without them.Continue reading “Week 42: March 1-March 7, 2020”
There are only 3 campaigns left standing, and these are definitely not the three I thought would still be in the running. Joe Biden is having an incredible week, Bernie Sanders is running his campaign like he will the government, and Tulsi Gabbard is blaming everyone else for her lack of success.Continue reading “Day 291: 3/6/20”
Thursday brought the end to another candidate and a decided difference in tone between Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden.Continue reading “Day 290: 3/5/20”
In the wake of Super Tuesday, we lost another candidate in Mike Bloomberg, and Joe Biden gained another endorsement. He isn’t taking these endorsements in vain and is instead building a massive coalition to defeat Donald Trump.Continue reading “Day 289: 3/4/20”