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    Watching the Debate With Andrew Yang Fans in New HampshireWhen I entered Chunky’s, the bar in the antechamber of a movie theater in an empty strip mall, I wasn’t sure I was in the right place.
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    The Most Consequential Failure of the Iowa CaucusesThe unusually slow count and abnormally large field of viable candidates means that the Iowa caucus didn’t shrink the field.
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    Why Candidate Alliances Could Matter in Iowa CaucusesMarianne Williamson backing Andrew Yang is a reminder of how alliances can aid candidates scrambling to cross the viability threshold on caucus night.
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    Steyer Gets Return on Ad Investment, Makes Des Moines Debate StageA big Steyer Surge in polling in Nevada and South Carolina commensurate with his big spending will get his rivals’ attention.
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    How Democrats Can Stay United in 2020At the other end of the tough primary battle, Democrats must rally around their nominee if they hope to beat Trump. Here’s how they can do it.
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    Why Nobody Can Prevent the All-White Debate StageThere’s no formula for adding nonwhite candidates to debates that won’t add more white candidates as well, reversing the winnowing of the nonviable.
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    The 5 Biggest Surprises of the Democratic Presidential Primary, So FarAs the “invisible primary” draws to a close, Biden, Bernie, and Buttigieg are overperforming expectations.
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    January Debate Criteria May Winnow Democratic Field Some MoreThe DNC rejects demands for a relaxation of qualifying criteria and for more podiums on the stage.
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    Democrats Asked for a Mostly White Debate StageDebaters lamented the absence of candidates of color onstage. But it was the voters’ will.
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    Key Moments From the December Democratic DebateHighlights from the eighth Democratic debate, including health-care fights, jabs at Mayor Pete, and an unexpected emphasis on wine caves.
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    Andrew Yang Promises a Hologram Doctor for Every HouseholdThe long-shot candidate backs away from Medicare for All and toward technocracy.
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    Yang Qualifies, Busts Up All-White Debate StageNew polls show seven candidates set for the Los Angeles debate stage. It’s unlikely anyone else will make it.
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    Does Harris’s Withdrawal Mean the Next Debate Will Be All White?Two nonwhite candidates have a good chance to make the stage, and the preferences of nonwhite voters are certainly being felt.
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    10 Candidates Qualify for the November Democratic DebateJulián Castro failed to make the November cut. Six candidates have made the December debate, and Cory Booker is in the greatest danger of missing out.
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    Is Pete Buttigieg Peaking Too Early in Iowa?Things are looking sunny for Mayor Pete, though there’s time for others to catch up in Iowa, and he still needs to woo more nonwhite voters.
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    Buttigieg Bump Leads to Candidates Griping About Iowa AgainYou hear complaints every cycle, but fears that Iowa and New Hampshire will bleach the field or give an undeserved boost to Mayor Pete are rising.
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    Next Debate May Be Do-or-Die for Four CandidatesThrowing an elbow — or a bomb — in Atlanta is one way to make the stage in Los Angeles.
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    December Democratic Debate May Winnow Some More CandidatesThe polling threshold for making the stage will rise again, endangering several well-known candidates.
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    Who Should Be Joe Biden’s Running Mate (If There Is One)?Andrew Yang says Biden has talked to him about becoming his running mate. There are other names he might consider.
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    How Many Candidates Can Survive a Bad Showing in Iowa?There are traditionally “three tickets out of Iowa,” but there may be four this time around.
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    November Debate: Who’s In, Who’s Out?A heightened polling requirement could ensnare several candidates who made the grade for earlier debates.
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    Biden Has a Meh Fundraising QuarterWe won’t know its significance until Warren announces her third-quarter haul, but Biden’s not lighting up the boards like Sanders and Buttigieg are.
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    Biden Planning One-on-One Showdown With WarrenBiden’s plan for a Super Tuesday “firewall” in case he loses early isn’t novel. But for previous presidential candidates, it meant defeat.
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    Yang Gang Lights Up L.A.Yang may not be an entirely viable candidate just yet, but his style is currently getting as much attention as his substance.
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    A Fresh Batch of Polls Has Good News for Tulsi, Bad News for BernieGabbard’s now on the debate stage for October, guaranteeing two events, and polls show Warren pulling well ahead of Sanders in early states.
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    DNC Again Toughens Debate Qualifications for NovemberThe new thresholds are only marginally higher, but they’ll probably be tight enough to ensure a one-night debate.
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    A to F+: Grading the Presidential Candidates on Their Labor PlansUnions and worker rights are shaping up to be more important in this election than they’ve been for a generation. Who has the best ideas?
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    Andrew Yang Pledges to Continue Making Asian JokesDespite criticism of his one-liners, Yang says he doesn’t plan to change anything about what he’s doing.
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    Will Andrew Yang’s Meeting With Shane Gillis Demand Anything From White Voters?Forgiving racists is easy in American politics. Demanding better from them is not.
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    Kamala Harris Really Needs to Turn Things AroundThe once-promising campaign of the Californian is in trouble. She needs a reboot, and also needs Biden or Warren to stumble.
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    Debate Poll Says Warren Won and Castro Lost – But the Race Didn’t ChangeThose who watched the debate didn’t move much in their views on the candidates, and those who didn’t watch barely budged.
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    The Big Three Are Still Dominant in the Democratic Race After the Third DebateMultiple candidates had their moments, but Biden, Warren, and Sanders continue to ride high.
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    Andrew Yang Announces $120,000 UBI Debate RaffleYang announced a $120,000 giveaway to promote his signature Universal Basic Income initiative. But the FEC could have a few concerns.
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    Each Candidate’s Path to Winning the Presidential Debate in HoustonThis debate may not pose an existential crisis for the candidates who have already qualified for the October debates, but several need a big moment.
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    Andrew Yang Says the Media Is Ignoring Him. Does He Have a Point?Maybe Yang and others are getting less media coverage than their poll rankings would indicate. But they don’t have plausible paths to the nomination.
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    Democratic Voters May Have Winnowed 2020 Field to the Big 3Lots could still happen, but at this point Democratic voters are mostly shifting support between the Big Three of Biden, Warren, and Sanders.
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    What Andrew Yang Gets Wrong (and Right) About RobotsAutomation isn’t going to take all our jobs. But it could make them less time-consuming, if we let it.
  38. life in pixels
    Is Andrew Yang the Doomer Candidate?Andrew Yang’s climate fatalism during Wednesday’s debate seemed to reflect a strange, esoteric nihilism taking root in the internet’s weirder corners.
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    The Asian-American Electorate Is Becoming a ForceDemocrats won 77 percent of the Asian-American vote in 2018 after losing it in the last midterms.
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    Andrew Yang Plans to Use a 3D Hologram for Remote CampaigningWatch Yang’s hologram duet with Tupac’s.
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    A Yearbook of the 2020 Presidential CandidatesAmong these major-party contenders, we found a debate champion, varsity athletes, student-government leaders, and a few very enthusiastic music fans.
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    Andrew Yang Is More Than a MemeThe Democratic presidential contender may be America’s foremost champion of universal basic income. Oh, and he’s huge on the internet.
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    George McGovern Proposed a Universal Basic Income. It Didn’t Go Well for Him.Long-shot presidential candidate Andrew Yang is proposing to mail every American a monthly $1,000 check. George McGovern tried that in the ‘70s.