The Warren-Sanders interplay says a lot about why a primary that started out with six women is now playing out between two men, both white, both flawed, and both over 70.
Women’s rights advocates are furious with groups like Planned Parenthood and Emily’s List for endorsing female candidates late in the race—if at all.
Hopes were high last year, with so many well-qualified female candidates. Now, we have two very old white men.
“I’m voting on electability quite frankly and I don’t think that Bernie Sanders can beat Donald Trump,” said Chris Savage, Washtenaw County, Michigan, Democratic Party chairman.
“I was told at the beginning of this whole undertaking that there are two lanes,” she said as she announced she is ending her campaign.
The former VP scored major wins on Super Tuesday and his backers have a theory why: It’s all about deposing the current president.
Yes, Bernie Sanders is leading the race for Hollywood’s heart—but there are some interesting names on others’ rosters.