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Julian Castro

  1. democratic primaries
    Julián Castro Endorses Elizabeth WarrenDays after ending his own campaign, Castro is getting behind Warren’s.
  2. vision 2020
    Julián Castro’s Campaign Was Not for the FearfulThe anxieties of the Trump era have left Democrats with too little nerve to risk on a racial justice candidacy.
  3. democratic primaries
    Julián Castro Drops Out of 2020 RaceCiting the “circumstances of this campaign season,” Castro said Thursday that he is ending his bid.
  4. vision 2020
    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.
  5. democratic debates
    Democrats Asked for a Mostly White Debate StageDebaters lamented the absence of candidates of color onstage. But it was the voters’ will.
  6. vision 2020
    White Democrats Are Leading the Primary Because Nonwhite Voters Support ThemNonwhite Democrats aren’t struggling because the primary process has silenced nonwhite voters, but because it has listened to them.
  7. vision 2020
    Polling Drought Helps Winnow Democratic Debate FieldAfter Thanksgiving, debate-qualifying polls dried up.
  8. democratic primaries
    Julián Castro Might Be a BelieverHis floundering campaign seems committed to advancing moral — but unpopular — issues. What’s the long game?
  9. democratic primaries
    Maybe the ‘Obama Coalition’ Was Just That: Obama’sEvery Democratic candidate once seen as a potential heir apparent to Obama’s base is either floundering or out of the race.
  10. democratic primaries
    The Tragedy and Triumph of Julián CastroCastro has failed to qualify for the Democratic primary debate in November.
  11. vision 2020
    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.
  12. vision 2020
    December Democratic Debate May Winnow Some More CandidatesThe polling threshold for making the stage will rise again, endangering several well-known candidates.
  13. vision 2020
    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.
  14. debates
    Julián Castro’s Perspective on Gun Violence and Policing Remains Essential“Police violence is also gun violence.”
  15. democratic debates
    The Age Issue Finally Came Up in a Democratic DebateIt’s been a sub-rosa issue throughout the earliest phases of the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination competition. That changed Tuesday.
  16. democratic debates
    Pete Buttigieg and Beto O’Rourke Spar on Assault-Weapon BuybacksAfter the candidates argued over the efficacy of O’Rourke’s proposal, Julián Castro added a strong closer: “Police violence is also gun violence.”
  17. democratic debates
    Will Warren Have a Bull’s-eye on Her Back in the Ohio Debate?Various rivals have reasons to hope the new co-front-runner stumbles. But are any of them willing to risk being the one to give her a push?
  18. vision 2020
    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.
  19. vision 2020
    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?
  20. vision 2020
    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.
  21. democratic debates
    Castro Attacks Biden’s Memory, But He Was One Who Was WrongSomeone finally broached the issue of Biden’s age and gaffes, but Castro was off on the substantive differences between their health care plans.
  22. vision 2020
    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.
  23. how i get it done
    How I Get It Done: Maya Rupert, Julián Castro’s Campaign ManagerMaya Rupert is a trailblazing campaign manager leading a trailblazing presidential campaign — with cats.
  24. vision 2020
    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.
  25. vision 2020
    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.
  26. vision 2020
    Julián Castro Appeals to the Animal-Rights VoteIt’s very smart politics for a lower-tier candidate like Castro to distinguish himself with a comprehensive animal-welfare agenda.
  27. vision 2020
    September Democratic Debates Should Feature Less Crowded StagesLooks like at least 11 will qualify for the third round of Democratic debates. That probably means two events with fewer participants than before.
  28. vision 2020
    Democratic 2020 Field May Be Sliced in Half by Debate CutJust enough candidates may qualify for the third round in Houston to force two nights of debates, but soon the field should seriously be winnowed.
  29. politics
    Joaquin Castro’s Doubles Down After Tweeting Names of Trump DonorsThe congressman and brother of presidential candidate Julián Castro has been accused of inciting violence and inviting harassment.
  30. vision 2020
    If a New Poll Is to Be Believed, the Debate Upended the Democratic Primary FieldLooks like the early leaders Biden and Sanders are losing altitude as two women challenge the conventional wisdom about the contest.
  31. vision 2020
    Kamala Harris’s Star Is Rising, But There Are Major Hurdles AheadHarris is beginning to show the promise that made her an early favorite. But her path to the Democratic nomination is narrow and perilous.
  32. democratic debates
    Snap Judgments of All 7,000 Democratic CandidatesA two-hour debate is not enough time to develop nuanced opinions. But it’s plenty of time to develop totally unfair assessments of each candidate.
  33. vision 2020
    Black and Hispanic Voters Should Take a Closer Look at Julián CastroBiden leads among black and brown voters, but Castro has distinguished himself with the most specific proposals on policing and immigration.
  34. so you want to be president
    Julián Castro Is an Underrated CandidateAt the first Democratic primary debates, the former mayor of San Antonio proved that he deserves more attention than he’s getting.
  35. politics
    Democratic Presidential Candidates Respond to New Rape Allegation Against TrumpThey were asked to respond to E. Jean Carroll’s accusation and weigh in on whether Congress should get involved.
  36. vision 2020
    Could Biden’s Opposition to Federal Abortion Funding Bring Him Down?Backing the federal abortion-funding ban used to be bipartisan — but now Biden is embracing a stance that’s increasingly anathema to Democrats.
  37. vision 2020
    2020 Candidates Begin Signing Unity Pledge, With Sanders Taking the LeadThe candidate some feared as divisive was the first to take Indivisible’s pledge for civility and a united front against Trump.
  38. impeachment
    Warren’s Impeachment Gambit Could Work Out Well for HerBy endorsing impeachment even as House Democratic leaders and most of her rivals held back, she could strengthen her claim to progressive support.
  39. vision 2020
    Why Julián Castro Could Be 2020’s Dark Horse CandidateThe former San Antonio mayor and head of HUD has a long way to go to become a viable candidate, but the Latino vote could give him a path to victory.
  40. immigration
    This Is the Immigration Policy Liberals WantJulián Castro is the first 2020 candidate to offer a clear alternative to both Trump’s immigration agenda — and Barack Obama’s.
  41. vision 2020
    Beto’s Cool, But Can He Win a Presidential Nomination?If O’Rourke can pass some early tests, his fundraising chops and his ability to mobilize young and Latino voters could make him formidable.
  42. 2020 presidential election
    The New Democratic Primary Calendar Makes Voters of Color Even More ImportantA changing calendar for 2020 means that soon after Iowa and New Hampshire very diverse states will dominate the calendar, and the contest.
  43. early and often
    Julián Castro Is Officially Running for President and Hopes It Will MatterOne of the Democrats’ rising stars is taking his shot and saying he’s the “antidote to Trump,” but how many people will be paying attention?
  44. RNC to Paint Clinton’s VP Choice As an Insult to Bernie Backers“Project Pander” will attack Clinton’s VP choice for being too conservative — and/or too liberal — for Sanders supporters.
  45. life in pictures
    A Day With Cabinet Secretary Julián CastroPhotographer Mark Peterson followed the former San Antonio mayor for our latest edition of “Life in Pictures.”
  46. early and often
    Hillary Hints That Julian Castro Could Be Her VP PickClinton will “look really hard” at HUD Secretary, who just endorsed her.
  47. politics
    Get to Know Julián Castro, the Hispanic Obama Who’s Going to WashingtonTime to re-meet the San Antonio mayor and rising star tapped for housing secretary.
  48. World Meets Julian Castro and His Adorable Hair-Flipping DaughterWhich will be more memorable?
  49. early and often
    San Antonio Mayor Julián Castro Will Deliver the DNC Keynote AddressThe man is a rising star, or at least the Democrats hope he is.