At 7:47 PM ET, on Wednesday, August 28, 2019, Kirsten Gillibrand, New York Senator, officially announced the end of her campaign.Continue reading “Farewell Kirsten Gillibrand”
Wednesday marked the 100th day of tracking emails! After blowing a single party tooter, I proceeded to ignore everyone’s money asks. On Wednesday, everyone needed money. No, seriously, everyone.
Okay, maybe not EVERYONE. Tom Steyer didn’t need money. He just wanted me to RSVP for a livestream.Continue reading “Day 100: 8/28/19”
Tuesday brought a lot of emotions. Kamala Harris was desperate, but so was Kirsten Gillibrand. Steve Bullock, Michael Bennet, and John Delaney were mad at the DNC. Tim Ryan and Andrew Yang were mad at Bernie Sanders. And Joe Biden needs me to save his advertising budget. AGAIN.Continue reading “Day 99: 8/27/19”
Over the weekend, Kirsten Gillibrand was begging for donations, Cory Booker had a new mug, and Amy Klobuchar wanted to show John Hickenlooper some love.Continue reading “Days 96 and 97: 8/24/19-8/25/19”
In Week 14, everybody wanted money, the debates were still the big topic of the day, and some campaigns had new merchandise. Also, Jay Inslee and Seth Moulton dropped out, but Wayne Messam still clings to his campaign.
Also, I made a correction to yesterday’s post. An eagle-eyed commenter pointed out that Tulsi Gabbard said only 4 polls had been released since the last debate, and I counted all the polls released during the qualified period and called her wrong. Gabbard was actually correct: when I recounted just from after July 30, only 4 polls had been released. I edited the post to indicate my mistake.Continue reading “Week 14: August 18-August 24”
Friday brought a celebration from Joe Biden of the 11th anniversary of his good friend Barack Obama picking him to be his running mate. It brought anger from Tulsi Gabbard and Michael Bennet as they realized they would not be making it to the September debate stage. And it brought contests from Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris, Pete Buttigieg, and Cory Booker as they all tried to get me to be their guest to the Houston debates.Continue reading “Day 95: 8/23/19”
In Thursday’s emails, Kirsten Gillibrand is getting desperate, Steve Bullock is picking and choosing reality to suit his narrative, and Joe Biden has run out of money AGAIN. On a lighter note, a full 9 emails were sent out involving policy plans. Some campaigns remembered that emails can be informative!Continue reading “Day 94: 8/22/19”
Wednesday brought around an insistence from Pete Buttigieg that free pizza is a good thing, an insistence from Joe Biden that he needs more ad money (again), and an insistence from Joe Sestak that I should care about his campaign events.Continue reading “Day 93: 8/21/19”
On Tuesday, Julian Castro wasn’t the first to tell me he’d qualified for the debates, Marianne Williamson makes me doubt her writing chops, and Bernie Sanders explains his baseball card.Continue reading “Day 92: 8/20/19”
Monday brought a new week, as it always does. It also brought some questionable merchandise from Andrew Yang, some questionable logic from Michael Bennet, and some not-so-questionable results from Pete Buttigieg.
I do need to give Amy Klobuchar an overdue shoutout. After complaining about her emails being repetitive, she did something unusual on Sunday and I promptly ignored all my notes to talk about it. First thing today after the numbers, Klobuchar, I promise!Continue reading “Day 91: 8/19/19”