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  • Biden’s polling lead shaky ahead of 2020 decision

    Politico - February 18, 2019

    Former Vice President Joe Biden's allies cite electability as a reason why the early polls that show him leading the Democratic presidential field don’t paint a distorted picture of the race. | Jose Luis Magana/AP Photo New surveys question whether the...

  • Do Women in Politics Face a Double Standard?

    New York Times (subscription) - February 17, 2019

    To the Editor:Re “” (front page, Feb. 12): The notion that voters’ preference for “likable” women reinforces gender biases overlooks a whole lot of presidential history. For instance, Reagan (nice...

  • ‘Gwinnett is the future’: Elizabeth Warren makes first Georgia 2020 campaign stop

    Atlanta Journal And Constitution - February 17, 2019

    Georgia has yet to set a date for its 2020 presidential primary, but that didn’t deter U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren from making Gwinnett County one of her first campaign stops in her bid for the White...

  • In Amazon Fight, Progressives Showed What They Want: A New Economic Agenda

    New York Times (subscription) - February 16, 2019

    The political opposition that prompted Amazon to walk away from building a corporate headquarters in New York City featured a touchstone of the progressives’ economic agenda: ending tax policies that...

  • What do women want?

    Boston Globe (subscription) - February 15, 2019

    IN THE CENTURY since women won the right to vote in America, their power as an electorate has evolved, deeply affecting national policy and ultimately, determining who sits in the White House. But while there is no doubt women have helped choose the...

  • Atlanta’s suburban U.S. House seats are back in the crosshairs

    Atlanta Journal And Constitution - February 15, 2019

    Atlanta’s northern suburbs have played host to the nation’s most expensive congressional race and, most recently, its closest. Originally drawn to be safe Republican seats, Georgia’s 6th and 7th...

  • On Politics With Lisa Lerer: This Quiet Change Could Be a Big Deal in 2020

    New York Times (subscription) - February 14, 2019

    Hi. Welcome to On Politics, your guide to the day in national politics. I’m Lisa Lerer, your host. ____________________ Before we get to today’s newsletter, we wanted to let you know about some big...

  • Beto O'Rourke heads to 2020 battleground state of Wisconsin

    San Francisco Chronicle - February 14, 2019

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Potential 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke is coming to the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus Friday for a meet and greet with students and faculty, a closely guarded event that will be the former Texas...

  • Why some African Americans are questioning Kamala Harris’s blackness

    Washington Post (subscription) - February 14, 2019

    By Eugene Scott Eugene Scott Reporter covering identity politics for The Fix Email Bio Follow February 14 at 1:53 PM Sen. Kamala Harris (D.-Calif.) is running to become the first black female...

  • Double duty: Senators juggle presidential bids and day jobs

    Miami Herald - February 13, 2019

    WASHINGTON Fresh off jumping into the 2020 presidential race, Sen. Elizabeth Warren had plans to meet voters in Las Vegas. The only problem: a government shutdown roiling Washington. The...