Another quiet weekend. We’re down to our final two candidates.Continue reading “Days 306 and 307: 3/21/20-3/22/20”
Well, we survived another debate. I didn’t mind the lack of audience–it was nice to hear the old men not shouting–but I wish it had been more engaging. Can we make an agreement that in 2024, we’ll pick candidates who aren’t old men?Continue reading “Days 299 and 300: 3/14/20-3/15/20”
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 2 candidates over the weekend, though Tom Steyer was considerate enough to end on a Saturday so he doesn’t get looped into another weekly recap. The focus of the emails was definitely on fundraising, with a sprinkling of South Carolina and Super Tuesday on top. Pete Buttigieg had the most varied asks for money, while Bernie Sanders was the only candidate who asked for my vote directly.Continue reading “Days 285 and 286: 2/29/20-3/1/20”
The weekend held the Nevada Caucus, the first time we had a winner definitely declared the same day the voting was carried out: Bernie Sanders. Delegates are still being awarded, but at the moment, Sanders is leading the new delegate count by over 10, putting him in first place, with Pete Buttigieg in second and Joe Biden moving up to third.Continue reading “Days 278 and 279: 2/22/20-2/23/20”
The weekend marked one week until the Nevada Caucuses. Early voting has begun, which meant candidates were trying to get me to call into Nevada for them. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren wanted me to vote right now, and Amy Klobuchar reminded me that her emails tell a very different story than her public appearances.Continue reading “Days 271 and 272: 2/15/20-2/16/20”
Over the weekend, knives were out. Joe Biden attacked Pete Buttigieg, who defended himself and criticized Bernie Sanders’ dark money group, who attacked Buttigieg for his billionaire donors, which Elizabeth Warren joined in on getting upset about, while Tulsi Gabbard stabbed at Tom Perez, who isn’t even in the race.Continue reading “Days 264 and 265: 2/8/20-2/9/20”
This is it. The official start of the 2020 Democratic Primary and Caucus season (though Elizabeth Warren argues differently). The Iowa caucuses begin in an hour, and by this time tomorrow, we should have our first delegates assigned. Final money pushes were all the rage over the weekend, with a few candidates also pushing for final get-out-the-caucus calls. Pete Buttigieg gave me some information on how the caucuses get scored and what we’re looking for.Continue reading “Days 257 and 258: 2/1/20-2/2/20”
Pete Buttigieg was on Fox this weekend. Did you know he was doing a townhall on Fox? I knew he was. How did I know?
He emailed me.
7 times.Continue reading “Days 250 and 251: 1/25/20-1/26/20”
Over the weekend, Pete Buttigieg turned 38, Michael Bennet said thank you, and Bernie Sanders was disappointing.Continue reading “Days 243 and 244: 1/18/20-1/19/20”