Marianne Williamson Ends Presidential Bid

January 10, 2020

Author Marianne Williamson announced Friday that she is ending her bid for the Democratic nomination.  The news is not unexpected, coming about a week after she laid off her entire campaign staff. 

This leaves 13 candidates in the race to take on President Trump in November.  Six have qualified for next Tuesday's debate.

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