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  1. vision 2020
    New Hampshire Just Ushered in a Bernie Versus Bloomberg Title FightThe arc of the Democratic race bends toward battle between two very different old, independent Jewish politicians.
  2. the national interest
    Joe Biden’s Campaign Was a Disaster for Liberalism and the Democratic PartyThe most historically significant failed primary campaign in history?
  3. vision 2020
    Will Bernie-Panicked Centrists Stampede to Bloomberg?As Biden sinks and Buttigieg struggles to win minority voters, the ultrarich former New York mayor is looking stronger.
  4. vision 2020
    The Democratic Race Isn’t Ending Any Time SoonAs voting in New Hampshire nears, a consensus is crystallizing: The Democratic primaries are going to be long and contentious.
  5. democratic primaries
    Pete Buttigieg’s Vow to Cut the Deficit Is Fiscally IrresponsibleThere’s nothing “responsible” about encouraging the superstitious fear of deficits that’s done incalculable harm to our economy and planet.
  6. democratic primaries
    Democratic Candidates Unify Around Attacking Pete ButtigiegWhether it’s a lack of experience or high-dollar donors, everyone has a problem with Pete.
  7. vision 2020
    Biden Launches Attacks on Buttigieg, Who Nears Sanders in New HampshireUncle Joe, whose campaign suddenly seems like a long shot, said Mayor Pete was not “a Barack Obama” on Saturday and attacked his record in a new ad.
  8. democratic debates
    Did Pete Buttigieg Successfully Withstand the Attacks at Friday’s Debate?Talking with Intelligencer’s Gabriel Debenedetti from the scene in New Hampshire.
  9. democratic debates
    Klobuchar Knocks Buttigieg for Wanting to Watch Cartoons Instead of ImpeachmentThe Minnesota senator argued that Buttigieg’s anti-Washington positioning is shallow and glib.
  10. vision 2020
    How Iowa’s Chaos Affected the Top 4 Democrats — and Why N.H. Is Bigger Than EverThe caucus breakdown caused Sanders, Buttigieg, Warren, and Biden to shake up their plans for success, and bet big on New Hampshire and Nevada.
  11. the national interest
    If You Think It Looks Bad for Mainstream Democrats Now, Just WaitThe center-left hasn’t unified around a candidate and appears helpless before Bernie Sanders.
  12. vision 2020
    DNC Asks for Do-over in Iowa Caucus CountWe’re probably not going to get the results anytime soon.
  13. vision 2020
    Elizabeth Warren’s Tough Road AheadShe’s now clearly trailing Sanders as the progressive favorite, but still has some potential as a “unity candidate.”
  14. vision 2020
    Inside Bernie’s Day of WaitingWith results in limbo and his rivals already fanned out in N.H., Sanders sat in Iowa, angry but still hoping to claim a victory he’d long counted on.
  15. vision 2020
    The Iowa Caucus Results Suggest We’re in for a Long, Strange PrimaryJoe Biden’s weak showing — and Pete Buttigieg’s strong one — will likely keep the Democratic-primary fight crowded and long.
  16. vision 2020
    Is Iowa a Bad Omen for Biden or Just a Bump in the Road?Biden lucked out of bad Caucus Night headlines, but he needs do to better before colliding with Michael Bloomberg’s wallet.
  17. the national interest
    We Still Don’t Know Who Won the Iowa Democratic CaucusIowa Democrats have partial results on an extremely confusing process.
  18. iowa caucuses
    Donald Trump Is Winning the 2020 Democratic PrimaryThe Democratic Party turned the Iowa caucuses into an infomercial for its incompetence and internal divisions.
  19. conspiracy theories
    Incompetence Isn’t a Conspiracy, But It Looks Like OneCritics who cry conspiracy about the Democratic Party’s failures in Iowa have real reasons to worry.
  20. vision 2020
    The Iowa Caucuses Were Supposed to Be ImportantIn the Des Moines Marriott, among campaign staffers and reporters, there were tears, cocktails, regrets, and pledges to never return to Iowa.
  21. iowa caucuses
    After Monday’s Fiasco, the Iowa Caucuses Deserve to DieThe Hawkeye state’s quadrennial ritual deserves the death penalty for Monday night’s display of criminal negligence.
  22. vision 2020
    Two Campaigns on the Brink in IowaElizabeth Warren and Pete Buttigieg, for all their differences, may be the two candidates who most need a good showing in Iowa on Monday night.
  23. vision 2020
    How the Democratic Candidates Stand Apart on Standing TogetherOn the eve of the Iowa caucuses, unity has become both a pledge and a threat for the candidates and their campaigns.
  24. vision 2020
    In Iowa, a Collision of Campaigns Before the CaucusesWhat it was like at a West Des Moines pizza joint serving surrogates, AFSCME, and a five-minute Bernie Sanders cameo.
  25. iowa caucuses
    Why Bernie Might Declare Victory in Iowa Even If He LosesWhile other candidates seem to be sticking to the traditional metric of delegates won, Sanders is hinting he’ll focus on raw-vote total.
  26. profile
    On the Ground With Lis Smith, the Political Pro Who Invented ‘Mayor Pete’Win or lose, she’s turned an unknown into a serious contender.
  27. vision 2020
    Delaney Was First In, and Now Is Finally OutThe former Maryland congressman’s campaign is a cautionary tale.
  28. democratic primaries
    Amy Klobuchar’s Dismal Polling With Black Voters Should Be Even WorseMyon Burrell’s murder case has the Minneapolis NAACP and Black Lives Matter Twin Cities calling on the senator to suspend her campaign.
  29. vision 2020
    Why Pete Buttigieg Desperately Wants Iowans to See Him As an OutsiderThe former mayor is keeping his distance from Washington and impeachment amid signs that his campaign may be flagging.
  30. vision 2020
    Why Pete Buttigieg’s Paeans to the ‘Heartland’ Are NonsensicalThe idea that landlocked states possess unique moral virtues is objectively stupid and, for Democrats, politically counterproductive.
  31. vision 2020
    Des Moines Register Endorses Warren in Run-up to Iowa CaucusesThe paper has often failed to pick caucus-winners, but could give a boost of momentum to Warren in a close four-way race.
  32. vision 2020
    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.
  33. vision 2020
    The Times Dual Endorsement of Klobuchar and Warren Isn’t NutsYes, they have many differences. But they’re the candidates with the most compelling plans to get something done, and they’d break that glass ceiling.
  34. vision 2020
    One of the Iowa Contenders Could Beat Trump, Right?Two weeks out from the caucus, it’s an unprecedented four-way deadlock. Ready, set, go!
  35. interesting times
    Andrew Sullivan: Is There a Way to Acknowledge America’s Progress?Politics in 2020 often seems premised on injustice being more prevalent than ever — which leaves little space to claim collective victories.
  36. democratic debates
    Pete Buttigieg’s White Supporters Have More to Explain Than His Black SkepticsTuesday’s primary debate in Iowa confronted familiar questions about Buttigieg’s failure to garner black support.
  37. vision 2020
    The Two Des Moines Debates: Was It a Snoozer or an Epic Clash?Depending on which account you consult, the seventh debate was either all about niceness or open conflict.
  38. vision 2020
    Sanders–Warren Conflict Roils Iowa Debate — and the 2020 RaceA relatively calm debate — and for that matter, nominating process — was suddenly submerged in a simmering then roaring conflict between two camps.
  39. vision 2020
    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.
  40. vision 2020
    Is Warren Still a Viable Unity Candidate?She lost altitude as she got hit from left and center on Medicare for All, and old electability fears returned. But she can begin a comeback in Iowa.
  41. vision 2020
    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.
  42. vision 2020
    Buttigieg Campaign Says It Raised $24.7 Million in the Fourth Quarter of 2019The impressive fourth quarter brings his haul for the year to $76 million.
  43. vision 2020
    Buttigieg’s Sharp Elbows Jab BidenMayor Pete isn’t just going back and forth with Warren and Klobuchar. He’s also apparently trying to get to Biden’s left on national security.
  44. vision 2020
    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.
  45. vision 2020
    The Public Option Is Politically Superior to M4A — But Only As a Sound Bite“Medicare for All Who Want It” plays well on the stump. But in Congress, it would face about as many political obstacles as single-payer.
  46. vision 2020
    For Klobuchar, It’s an Iowa Surge or ElseAfter a solid debate performance, she badly needs to catch one of the top-four candidates in Iowa.
  47. politics
    Mayor Pete’s Wine-Cave ProblemVoters are going to wonder whether Buttigieg is listening to them, or to the rich.
  48. vision 2020
    Obama Is Lending His Aura to Multiple Presidential CandidatesIn what might be called the Obama Primary, there are several contenders, and only one candidate, Bernie Sanders, out of the running for now.
  49. vision 2020
    Welcome to the Electability PrimaryA look at the major candidates’ various ways of assuring voters they’ve got what it takes to win.
  50. democratic debates
    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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