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Headlines

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand Launches 2020 Exploratory Committee

She made the announcement during a taping of The Late Show on Tuesday

Julian Castro to Run for President in 2020

He is the fourth Democrat to formally declare his candidacy. About two dozen others are considering a run

Cook Political Report Publishes Initial 2020 Electoral College Ratings

The baseline forecast shows a competitive race, but we're too far out from 2020 to read to much into it

Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard to Seek Presidency in 2020

If successful, Gabbard would be the youngest president in U.S. history

Tom Steyer Not Running for President; Will Continue Impeachment Activism

The California billionaire will spend an additional $40 million or more on impeachment efforts this year




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