At 6:37 AM ET, on Monday, December 2, 2019, Steve Bullock, Governor of Montana, bid adieu to his Presidential campaign.Continue reading “Farewell Steve Bullock”
Cyber Monday brought sales galore, though Andrew Yang warned about the dangers of this shopping holiday. Or he celebrated it? I’m honestly not sure. Bernie Sanders knows this election is his already, and Joe Biden is happy with his money.Continue reading “Day 196: 12/2/19”
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”
This past week was quite hectic, what with the holiday and the end of the month! Joe Biden lost track of his emotions, Julian Castro reveled in his original form, and Marianne Williamson asked me to respond to the statement that resonated with me.Continue reading “Week 28: November 24-30”
Friday was a black day, which of course meant MERCH SALES! It also meant lectures on the exploitation of workers and a few cracks about how if you want a good deal, you should donate to a campaign.Continue reading “Day 193: 11/29/19”
Happy Black Friday, y’all! Yesterday was Thanksgiving and a handful of the campaigns took the day off. Those who did email me kept their intrusions to a minimum. Read on to see who sent the best email of the day!Continue reading “Day 192: 11/28/19”
Monday of Thanksgiving week brought a standard number of emails. I’m interested to see if the numbers change because of the double-holiday of Thanksgiving and Black Friday. Regardless, Andrew Yang and Joe Biden are having bus tours, Kamala Harris and Amy Klobuchar are having money problems, and Cory Booker brought a new poll to the table.Continue reading “Day 189: 11/25/19”
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”
Yes, Michael Bloomberg announced his candidacy on Sunday, and yes, he’s starting to show up on my charts today, but I won’t actually officially count him until tomorrow’s post.
Rest assured, I am very unhappy with these rich old guys thinking they can come in here and mess up my charts.
ANYWAY, this past week brought a lot of emails with the fifth Democratic debate in Atlanta, Georgia, and the end of the month fast approaching. Though there was a spike, it wasn’t as high as it had been in the past. Regardless, Julian Castro was determined to single-handedly change the conversation.Continue reading “Week 27: November 17-23”
Friday brought a lot of donation asks, with Marianne Williamson making me feel the worst. Julian Castro had the best debate night in a long time, and Elizabeth Warren wished me a happy weekend.Continue reading “Day 186: 11/22/19”