Joe Biden is proving to be a strong, and early, front runner for the Democratic nomination for President. Polling this early may not be a predictor of who wins, but Biden should be smiling at the strength in his early numbers.
Unlike so many other public figures with long careers or winding arcs, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) did not arrive at this moment of national reckoning through a personal or political "evolution." CNN's Ryan Nobles looks at how Sanders' message has largely remained the same since his first run for office in the 1970s.
With long-simmering criticisms of the electoral college process rising back up before 2020, the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact is gaining steam in its attempt to buck the system.
There are blocks of voters participating in the election process favoring democrats. From Brookings:
Andrew Yang, a businessman from New York, is seeking the Democratic nomination for president. His focus on preventing mass unemployment caused by the automation of jobs has made him popular online, but will it be enough to propel him to the White House?
As the fight between the House of Representatives and Donald Trump continues we are seeing the development of a new political term-self impeachment.