Joe Biden Announces Presidential Campaign; Democratic 2020 Field Nearly Complete

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Joe Biden Announces Presidential Campaign; Democratic 2020 Field Nearly Complete

The former vice-president's 3rd White House run; he enters the campaign as one of the front runners for the party's nomination

Updated Democratic Primary Map with Pledged Delegate Counts

View pledged or total delegates, along with a monthly breakdown

New Hampshire Poll: Sanders Leads; Buttigieg Makes Major Gains

The South Bend Mayor is statistically tied with Biden in the latest Granite State Poll

Rep. Seth Moulton Announces Run for President

The 3rd term Massachusetts Democrat was part of a faction that initially opposed Nancy Pelosi serving as Speaker after Democrats regained House control

Joe Biden Expected to Enter Presidential Race Next Week

This will be the former vice president's third try for the White House

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