Biden entered the presidential race as the frontrunner and heavy favorite to win the Democratic nomination, but has since struggled to meet expectations.
James Costos, a former HBO executive and major Democratic donor who served as ambassador to Spain during the Obama administration, is throwing in with Joe Biden as the former vice president seeks to turn around his campaign.
Given that Sander's large win amongst the Nevada voters, Grace reflected on how the remaining candidates lacked the percentages to give them a boost among voters in SC, as well as other states participating on Super Tuesday. "Our January poll was before Iowa or New Hampshire voted".
Now, the most obvious evidence that Democrats remain unhappy with the field is the inexplicable, continued existence of former Vice President Joe Biden, who is on pace to win the SC primary. South Carolina's Democratic primary is scheduled for February 29. Then, the next morning, he got the endorsement of popular longtime South Carolina Rep. Jim Clyburn.
There is no more important date on the Democratic primary calendar than Super Tuesday, a day when a bonanza of Democratic voters in 14 states from California to North Carolina will go to the polls and cast a ballot for their favorite Democratic presidential candidate. While signalling he is still alive, a five-point win won't do enough to prove the haters wrong- and could keep the closely contested Southern states with Sanders.
If Brown's comments about Biden were a movie title, it would be "He's Just Not That Into You".
"We expect black turnout to be over 50 percent but not as high as the 60 percent-plus numbers of the past", the email noted, adding that Biden "leads strongly" with black and white primary voters "as well as with voters 50 years (of age) or older". Brass warmed up the crowd before activists, community members and one of the state's first-elected Latina legislators stumped for Sanders, a USA senator from Vermont.
Take New Hampshire's primary earlier this month. Amy Klobuchar, too, with the group.
"I was originally planning on supporting Joe Biden because he was familiar", said Palmer. Mike Bloomberg is third in the poll with 16%, followed by Pete Buttigieg at 12%, and Elizabeth Warren at 10%. Buttigieg, the small-town mayor of South Bend, Indiana, has been making a play for that position with renewed vigor, taking on Sanders directly for what he views as his pie-in-the-sky, radical, totally unrealistic and hugely expensive plans for public education, healthcare, and the environment. Supporters waited to enter the Ashe Center in a line that wrapped around the building more than two hours before the rally was set to begin, and many were turned away at the door due to fire safety concerns.
If no candidate secures a majority of pledged delegates - votes allocated based on the results from states' caucusing and primary voting - at the Democratic National Convention this July, then it will largely come down to the superdelegates to decide.
With Sanders being the only candidate with favorable odds to win at this point, Bodog is also offering odds on his potential VP pick.