At 8:36 PM on Tuesday, February 11, 2020, businessman Mr. Andrew Yang officially suspended his campaign for President. After a flurry of missed deadlines, Andrew chose to drop out before New Hampshire was officially called.Continue reading “Farewell Andrew Yang”
Tuesday was the first in the nation primary in New Hampshire, and Bernie Sanders pulled off a victory with not even 2% more of the vote than his runner-up, Pete Buttigieg. The story of the night is Amy Klobuchar coming out in third place, but it’s also of Andrew Yang and Michael Bennet ending their campaigns on the same day.Continue reading “Day 267: 2/11/20”
The day before New Hampshire, and everyone needs money to fund their last second get out the vote. If you’re a reader IN New Hampshire, it’s not too late to vote if you read this the MOMENT it’s posted!Continue reading “Day 266: 2/10/20”
On Friday, the Democrats debated for the eighth time, attacks on various campaigns’ sources of funding were made or ignored, and Andrew Yang managed to forget to thank the Yang Gang.
However, also on Friday, Yang-themed BTE merch went up on the BTE store! Check out the site for some unofficial MATH gear! (or Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar, or generic BTE gear)Continue reading “Day 263: 2/7/20”
In just a few minutes from this post going live, the eigth Democratic Presidential debates will begin on ABC. I’ll try to be live-tweeting and let you know if anyone is emailing during the debates.
The end of year FEC filings have been made public, and I’ve been pouring over the numbers. In honor of the 8th debate, I have created 8 fundraising-related charts to show you.Continue reading “Debate 8”
Finally, we have a winner for Iowa! According to the Iowa Democratic Party, it’s Pete Buttigieg!
According to the Bernie 2020 campaign, it’s Bernie Sanders!
And according to Tulsi Gabbard, the DNC is in charge of every election and also federal holidays.Continue reading “Day 262: 2/6/20”
Iowa has taken up more airtime than the State of the Union, even with Nancy Pelosi’s speech-ripping gesture. Despite that, the candidates are turning toward the CNN town halls, the debates on Friday, and New Hampshire’s vote next Tuesday.Continue reading “Day 261: 2/5/20”
As of the time of writing, the Iowa caucus results have not been announced. This hasn’t stopped campaigns from hyping their supporters up or bracing for bad news. Mike Bloomberg is dismissive of Iowa entirely, and Elizabeth Warren has decided that this is the official start of the primary and caucus season. Pete Buttigieg’s team stuck around to clean up, and Bernie Sanders was shouting about being attacked before the caucuses even began.Continue reading “Day 259: 2/3/20”
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”
The final week of January was one long plea for money, though no candidate managed to upset me quite like Joe Biden this week.Continue reading “Week 37: January 26-February 1, 2020”