Amash Enters the Race – Biden wins Ohio

In a non-surprising event, Joe Biden has wont the delayed Ohio primary on Tuesday. As of this writing, votes are still being counted as the election was done completely by mail; however Biden has nearly 80% of the votes cast with 110 delegates. In a surprising move, Representative Justin Amash (I) of Michigan’s 3rd DistrictContinue reading “Amash Enters the Race – Biden wins Ohio”

Hillary Clinton Endorses Joe Biden

Today at 3pm EST via a combined live stream called Women Town Hall, former First Lady, Senator, Secretary of State and 2016 Democratic Nominee for President Hillary Rodham Clinton endorsed Former Vice President Joe Biden for President. Clinton discussed her personal friendship with the Biden family and their trips to Scranton, PA – Biden’s homeContinue reading “Hillary Clinton Endorses Joe Biden”

Biden’s Logical Vice-President Pick Has Some Caveats

“Empathy. Kindness. Compassion. Equal rights for all. Service to our neighbors. Generosity. These are all values that our nation was founded on. We haven’t always lived up to them, but we’ve never walked away from them before.” That was Former Vice President Joe Biden’s message this weeeknd, one year into his campaign for President –Continue reading “Biden’s Logical Vice-President Pick Has Some Caveats”

Earth Day 2020

Happy Earth Day everyone! Just like the Presidential Election, COVID-19 has knocked us at the-Contenders off beat. We apologize for our lack of posts and updates in recent days. Now that Joe Biden is the presumptive nominee, the coalescing of the Democratic Party behind the Former Vice President has been impressive (more on that later).Continue reading “Earth Day 2020”

President Obama is Back… Wisconsin & Alaska Update

Former President Barack Obama released a lengthy video this morning to fully endorse his former Vice President Joe Biden for President. The announcement comes one day after Bernie Sanders, the final contender for the Democratic Nomination endorsed Biden. The emotional video from the former President comes after months of remaining quiet in the race. ThisContinue reading “President Obama is Back… Wisconsin & Alaska Update”

Bernie Drops Out

Well there it is… Senator Bernie Sanders, who has spent most of the last 5 years running for President (2016 against Hillary Clinton) through 2018 and 2020, has ended his campaign for President, completely clearing the path for Former Vice President Joe Biden to become the presumptive nominee for the Democratic side. Sanders, who hasContinue reading “Bernie Drops Out”

Postponed Convention & Primaries; Coronavirus Updates ; What are Biden & Bernie Up To?

As of this writing, there are over 245,000 cases of the Coronavirus Nationwide, over 1 Million Worldwide, taken over 6,000 lives in the United States. In this new reality, the majority of Americans are quarantined at home; the majority of U.S. businesses, especially restaurants and small businesses across the country, have been rocked to aContinue reading “Postponed Convention & Primaries; Coronavirus Updates ; What are Biden & Bernie Up To?”

Tulsi, Bill Weld Drop Out

America’s first female president will have to wait again… Hawaiian Representative Tulsi Gabbard, the last candidate of color and women running for president, has dropped her bid. After winning 2 Delegates across the primaries, Gabbard’s long shot and controversial campaign has finally come to an end. Gabbard made headlines in the early debate for aContinue reading “Tulsi, Bill Weld Drop Out”

Super Tuesday 3 – Biden Sweeps

Today marks the third straight “Super Tuesday” where multiple states will hold Presidential Primaries. Those states are: Florida, Illinois, Arizona. *Ohio was supposed to be held today but last minute cancelled their primaries due to the Coronavirus Crisis. Former Vice President Joe Biden is expected to win all 3 but Arizona seems like the toughestContinue reading “Super Tuesday 3 – Biden Sweeps”

March Debate -One on One

It’s just Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden standing on stage at CNN Studios in Washington D.C. with no audience and both candidates 6 feet apart due to health concerns. The format is a little awkward, but a debate that was supposed to take place in Arizona now takes place amid a National Crisis the likesContinue reading “March Debate -One on One”