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Biden, Bernie to face off on same stage at 1st round of Democratic debates

Biden, Bernie to face off on same stage at 1st round of Democratic debates

close Video What are the match-ups to watch during the first Democratic debate? Campaign strategist John Thomas on the candidates who qualified for the first Democratic debate. Get ready for a political fistfight at the first Democratic debates. Front-runners Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders will end up sharing the debate stage in Miami later this month,

Dems draw lopsided debate nights

Dems draw lopsided debate nights

close Video DNC readies for debate reveal; Elizabeth Warren moves past Bernie Sanders in California Campaign Trail Mix: DNC prepares to reveal which candidates will be grouped together for two separate debates at the end of June; new poll shows Elizabeth Warren trailing only Joe Biden in California. **Want FOX News Halftime Report in your inbox every

The 2020 presidential debate match-ups are set: Which candidates will face off in Miami?

The 2020 presidential debate match-ups are set: Which candidates will face off in Miami?

WASHINGTON — The stages are set. Twenty Democratic presidential candidates were divvied up between two planned nights of debates in a drawing by NBC News on Friday morning. The candidates will face off on June 26 and 27 at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Miami. Here is a breakdown of the two groups of candidates and the

Here’s How the Candidates Will Be Divided for the First Democratic Debates

Here’s How the Candidates Will Be Divided for the First Democratic Debates

Elizabeth Warren will share the stage with Beto O’Rourke on one night, and Joseph R. Biden Jr. will face off against Bernie Sanders on the next in the first Democratic presidential primary debates in Miami this month, according to campaign officials who were present for the official drawing. The 20 candidates participating in the debates were split

Democrats set their debate lineups, and they could matter

Democrats set their debate lineups, and they could matter

Not every Democratic 2020 hopeful will get to go head to head with front-runner Joe Biden when the candidates meet for their first debate in Miami later this month, but the former vice president will be on the stage with some formidable rivals, including Sens. Kamala Harris and Bernie Sanders and South Bend, Ind., mayor Pete Buttigieg. The first night

How Elizabeth Warren has risen in a crowded 2020 Democratic presidential field

How Elizabeth Warren has risen in a crowded 2020 Democratic presidential field

Only a few weeks ago, many political analysts were writing off Sen. Elizabeth Warren . Her campaign was too much a collection of position papers, and not enough about a person, some said. She had spent too much money on staff in early states, and her decision to eschew big donors had crippled her ability to pay for it, others averred. The Massachusetts

Exclusive: GOP lawmaker who sought to recruit more women to run in 2020 is herself retiring

Exclusive: GOP lawmaker who sought to recruit more women to run in 2020 is herself retiring

CLOSE Rep. Susan Brooks, R-Indiana, sits in her Washington D.C. apartment during an interview about her decision not to seek re-election in 2012. (Photo: Hannah Gaber, USAT) WASHINGTON – When the number of Republican women in the House of Representatives dwindled to the lowest level in a quarter century, Rep. Susan Brooks was determined to persuade

Cut From the Debate? It Doesn’t Mean a Candidate Can’t Matter

Cut From the Debate? It Doesn’t Mean a Candidate Can’t Matter

When the Democratic National Committee set the lineup on Thursday for the first presidential debates, Gov. Steve Bullock of Montana didn’t make the cut. He could have, had he done better in just one more poll. Even that understates just how close he came. He might have qualified had he received the support of one more person in that single poll . Mr

The First 2019 Democratic Debate: Who Made It—And Didn’t Make It

The First 2019 Democratic Debate: Who Made It—And Didn’t Make It

The Democratic National Committee unveiled the list of candidates who will take part in the first presidential primary debates of the 2020 election. The debates, set to take place over two nights with 10 candidates on each stage, will take place in Miami on June 26 and 27. The group participating each night will be selected at random with a mix of