As Sanders extended his argument about Wall Street and campaign money, Clinton finally landed a blow on him in a debate setting on the ideological message — making a lengthy case that there were other progressive priorities beside economic ones.
The campaign is sending at least 150 staffers from New York to help the campaign in its uphill New Hampshire effort, while smaller groups have gone onto Nevada and South Carolina. The move, the campaign says, was planned well before Iowa results on Monday.
After 2008, Hillary Clinton changed the way she campaigns to fit her staff’s volunteer “organizing” machine.
“Sad and telling,” says Sanders campaign. There’s an app for that.
The Democratic National Committee announced on Sunday it will sanction a Feb. 4 debate in New Hampshire and additional debates, pending an agreement by the campaigns on the details.
In a new web video, the campaign’s turned to Bill Clinton to make the case for Hillary Clinton as the practical, effective candidate who can advance Obama’s legacy.
A poll this week put Clinton down 50 points to Sanders among voters under 44 in Iowa. Her campaign continues to try to dispel the idea that it doesn’t have enthusiasm.
“From the beginning, Bernie Sanders has known exactly what he wanted to say about himself and exactly what he wanted to say about her.”
In the early days of her husband’s administration, Hillary Clinton tried to start a national conversation about basic human decency, only to be mocked. In the midst of the most mean-spirited presidential campaign in memory, she talks with BuzzFeed News about the unchanged way she sees herself — and if she’ll ever be able to communicate it.
Days before the Iowa caucus, Clinton questions Sanders’ ability to deliver on his proposals, saying, “He’s introduced his health care plan nine times. But he never got even a single vote in the House, or a single Senate co-sponsor. Not one.”
Welcome to the final weeks of the surprisingly close Democratic primary.
Hillary Clinton officials said on Friday that Sanders’s exploit of a software glitch to access its voter data files may amount to “a violation of the law.”
In response, the DNC has suspended the Sanders campaign from the party’s voter file — a move that could cripple the senator just weeks before the start of the primary. The Sanders campaign staffer who accessed the data has been fired.
Clinton’s most effective online fundraising effort: An Obama-style raffle draws 650,000.
She made the remark in an email to Sidney Blumenthal four years after her loss in Iowa.
The three Democratic presidential candidates addressed the Colorado shooting on Sunday night, with the frontrunner sharply calling for gun control.
On Sunday, Hillary Clinton will propose a tax credit for up to $6,000 in caregiving expenses. Clinton has yet to outline a full tax plan, and her campaign did not say how the credit would be financed.
O’Malley, short on cash, would be the first major candidates since 2008 to accept public matching funds — for a reason. If he does, “that is effectively the end of his campaign,” says the campaign manager of the last publicly funded candidate, John Edwards.
Clinton argued Sanders’s 2013 bill to provide universal health care would eliminate Obamacare.
“Have never seen a candidate invoke 9/11 to justify millions of Wall Street donations. Until now,” a man wrote in a tweet later read during Saturday night’s debate. The campaign’s communications director argued after the debate that he had mischaracterized Clinton’s remark.