During the weekend, Julian Castro was upset, Amy Klobuchar had a card, and Joe Biden’s email writer stood out to me.Continue reading “Days 201 and 202: 12/07/19-12/08/19”
As of the time of this writing, 2 of the Democratic candidates have dropped out of the primary: Joe Sestak and Steve Bullock. I will handle Sestak today, but as Bullock technically dropped on Monday, his farewell will be on Tuesday.
Over the weekend there was a plethora of donation asks, many of which I share with you below. Many emails were bemoaning the lack of funds, and only 11 actually boasted of success for the first day of December.Continue reading “Days 194 and 195: 11/30/19-12/01/19”
Over the weekend, Mike Bloomberg made waves, Amy Klobuchar and Tulsi Gabbard announced cold-weather gear, and Andrew Yang complained about the debates.Continue reading “Days 187 and 188: 11/23/19-11/24/19”
The weekend was full of asks for money. Julian Castro is actually too humble to do something, Marianne Williamson is picturing the future, and Joe Biden is trying to give Trump a heart attack.Continue reading “Days 180 and 181: 11/16/19-11/17/19”
Over the weekend, everyone wanted money, Pete Buttigieg went invite-crazy, and Tulsi Gabbard declared that you can tell she would be a great President for everyone based on how thoroughly she put Hillary’s mouthpieces in their place.Continue reading “Days 173 and 174: 11/9/19-11/10/19”
The weekend marked 1 year until the general election. Joe Biden felt this was important. So did many other candidates. Marianne Williamson even changed her buttons!Continue reading “Days 166 and 167: 11/2/19-11/3/19”
Over the weekend, Joe Biden worried about his money, Marianne Williamson became a tsunami, and Kamala Harris was accused of flip-flopping.Continue reading “Days 159 and 160: 10/26/19-10/27/19”
More corrections: Beto O’Rourke’s “defense” of Tulsi Gabbard that I mentioned yesterday was actually a response to one specific aspect of the entire situation. The question had been cut out of the clip I watched, so I incorrectly assumed he was dismissing the entire thing. His actual response was more along the lines of “this isn’t helping anyone” and not getting involved. I’ve changed yesterday’s post to reflect this.
Julian Castro sent a lot of emails, Cory Booker and Pete Buttigieg both offered up their partners for money, and Joe Biden is being transparent about public information. All of this and more happened over the weekend!Continue reading “Days 152 and 153: 10/19/19-10/20/19”
A correction for yesterday’s post: Amy Klobuchar did release her Q3 numbers: $4,800,000. This puts her between Beto O’Rourke and Cory Booker.
As far as the weekend goes, there was a lot of fundraising going on for Q4 and the month of October. Kamala Harris clapped back at Trump Jr. for an insulting tweet, and Tom Steyer wanted me to get to know him.Continue reading “Days 145 and 146: 10/12/19-10/13/19”
Over the weekend, most of the candidates were interested in the debates. Julian Castro was reminding us that he’s always been the underdog, while Bernie Sanders was trying to convince me he still was the underdog. Meanwhile, Joe Sestak was kicking off a campaign movement (literally).Continue reading “Days 138 and 139: 10/5/19-10/6/19”