Tag Archives: Kamala Harris

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Biden’s Lead Over Warren Narrows

28%

A new IBD/TIPP poll finds Joe Biden leading the Democratic presidential race with 28%, followed by Elizabeth Warren at 24%, Bernie Sanders at 12%, Kamala Harris at 6%, Pete Buttigieg at 5% and Cory Booker at 4%. No other candidate polled more than 1%. Another 15% of respondents said they were undecided. In general election matchups, Biden led President Trump by 54% to 42%, while Sanders had a narrow 49% to 45% edge over Trump and Warren and Harris had slimmer 49% to 46% leads.

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Harris Bags $1 Million at Vacation Fuundraisers

$1 million

“Sen. Kamala Harris raised over $1 million through several campaign fundraisers in the wealthy enclaves of the Hamptons on Long Island and Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts,” CNBC reports. “Harris attended multiple events last weekend in the affluent vacation spots, including five in the Hamptons. The massive haul comes after she suffered a quick decline in national polls.”

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Biden Maintains Wide Lead

29%

A new CNN poll finds Joe Biden continues to lead the Democratic Presidential Race with 29%, followed by Bernie Sanders at 15%, Elizabeth Warren’s 14%, Kamala Harris at 5% and Pete Buttigieg at 5%. Harris has plunged from 17% to 5% since June.

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Trump Trails All Top Democrats

10 points

An Emerson Polling survey released Tuesday found both former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) leading President Trump by 10 points nationally, 55% to 45%. Sen. Elizabeth Warren also led Trump in the survey, 53% to 47%, while Sen. Kamala Harris and Mayor Pete Buttigieg both led him 52% to 48%.

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Biden Has Big Lead in Nevada

36%

A new Monmouth poll in Nevada finds Joe Biden with a clear lead in the Democratic presidential race at 36%, followed by Elizabeth Warren at 19%, Bernie Sanders at 13%, Pete Buttigieg at 7%, and Kamala Harris at 6%.

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2-26-19: The Current Democratic Candidate Field

29%

A new Morning Consult survey of Democratic primary voters finds Joe Biden leading the Democratic field with 29%, followed by Bernie Sanders at 27%, Kamala Harris at 10%, Beto O’Rourke at 7% and Elizabeth Warren at 7%.

Verbatim

Harris Won’t Be ‘Played’ with Racist Rhetoric

“So I was born in Oakland, and raised in the United States except for the years that I was in high school in Montreal, Canada. And look, this is the same thing they did to Barack. This is not new to us and so I think that we know what they are trying to do. … They are trying to do what has been happening over the last two years, which is powerful voices trying to sow hate and division, and so we need to recognize when we’re being played.”

— Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) directly confronting “critics Monday who have questioned her black heritage, her record incarcerating minorities as a prosecutor and her decision to marry a white man,” CNN reports.

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Harris Raises $1.5 Million in 24 Hours

$1.5 million

Sen. Kamala Harris’ presidential campaign raised $1.5 million in its first 24 hours from 38,000 donors, her campaign aides told Politico, “a massive haul for the first-term senator from California that tied Bernie Sanders’ one-day total from his 2016 presidential campaign.”

Verbatim

Harris Predicts an Ugly 2020 Presidential Race

“Let’s be honest. It’s going to be ugly. When you break things, it is painful. And you get cut. And you bleed.”

— Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA), in an interview with NBC News, on the 2020 presidential race.

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Republicans See Strong Early Challengers for Trump

“The early Democratic jockeying to take on President Donald Trump has not gone unnoticed on the other side of the aisle — and Republicans concede there are quite a few potentially formidable contenders. … In interviews with two dozen GOP operatives, strategists and officials around the country, Republicans placed the most credible Democratic candidates into categories: the rising congressional stars (Kamala Harris) and the pure political outsiders (Mark Cuban), the fiery progressives (Elizabeth Warren) and the pragmatic moderates (John Hickenlooper).”

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