On Tuesday, the Florida Democratic establishment fell in line behind former U.S. Sec. of State Hillary Clinton, the favorite for her party’s presidential nomination.
Fox Business Network and the Wall Street Journal hosted the fourth round of Republican presidential debates Tuesday night in Milwaukee and the stakes were high. This was supposed to have been a homecoming for Scott Walker but the Wisconsin governor has already bowed out of the race. Two candidates who had been in included in the main event debates -- Chris Christie and Mike Huckabee -- were dropped to the undercard while two other Republican hopefuls -- Lindsey Graham and George Pataki -- didn’t even make it for a repeat performance to the junior varsity event.
Five Democratic presidential hopefuls took part in their first debate on Tuesday night in Las Vegas and sparks didn’t exactly fly. Joe Biden is still looking at getting in the race but Hillary Clinton, remaining the favorite even as Bernie Sanders moves up in the polls, held her own in the debate. Even with fewer candidates than the Republican field, some of the dark horses running for the Democratic nomination were lost on the stage. Here’s how the candidates -- and the moderator -- did in Las Vegas.
Hillary Clinton and her campaign will fly into South Florida Friday to jump-start the local troops -- a job she knows how to do well. But you have to wonder how many of those troops will be black, and how many will know how to deliver critical black votes in 13 months?
Marco Rubio Now Second Behind Donald Trump in Florida; Hillary Clinton Routs Rivals on Democratic Side
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., is gaining ground in his home state of Florida and is now in second behind Donald Trump in a new survey of the GOP primary in the Sunshine State, while former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton leads on the Democratic side.
Republicans clashed in the second round of presidential debates on Wednesday night. Held at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in California, the 11 leading candidates debated for more than three hours on CNN. Earlier in the night, four dark horse candidates battled in the preliminary debate.
The Republican debates Thursday night proved far different than early primary forums, with the top 10 candidates engaging in a dramatic battle while seven hopefuls filled up the undercard. With this primary shaping up as the most competitive and turbulent Republican contest in decades, the stakes were high in Cleveland. The leading candidates engaged in a memorable debate while a dark horse had a good night in the warmup bout. Some winners and losers emerged, but the debates boiled down to the candidate leading in the polls.