in the proximity ofvideo Elizabeth Warren promises to keep the commitment, despite the disappointing finish in New Hampshire
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren ‘ s home advantage disappeared in the first-in-the-nation primary; Peter Doocy reports from Nashua, New Hampshire.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren presidential campaign seems to be concentrating its firepower on the state of Nevada, South Carolina, with these two States on the deck in the presidential nomination calendar.
Warren’s campaign confirmed to Fox News on Wednesday that they will not buy more in their current TV advertising in South Carolina, when it expired in Feb. 16. Instead, you will use the money — plus an additional expenditure to beef up the current TV commercials running in Nevada, and also run TV spots in Maine, which is one of the 14 Super Tuesday, the States that win games at the 3. March.
Warren’s move comes after the progressive senator suffered a distant and disappointing fourth place in Tuesday’s primary in neighboring New Hampshire.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts, taking selfies with Fans at the University of New Hampshire on primary day, in Durham, N. H.
While Warren said the campaign, it would still go with radio, digital and print ads in South Carolina, the move served as a clear sign that for now, Nevada Feb. 22 group sessions to outweigh the primary in South Carolina a week later. This is not the case for former Vice President Joe Biden, who’s finished a very disappointing fifth place in New Hampshire. He considered South Carolina as his campaign firewall.
Meanwhile, sources close to the three rival campaigns, Warren told Fox News, you are now a hard look in Massachusetts, another Super Tuesday state. It is another sign of how Warren is severelyv decreased following Iowa and New Hampshire.
Klobuchar, Buttigieg pour resources in Nevada
Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, whose strong third place in New Hampshire exceeded expectations, and gave her a major boost has been beefing up her operation in Nevada.
Klobuchar, the campaign confirmed to Fox News that it will buy a seven-figure TV ad in Nevada as of Wednesday. The campaign propagated, it’ll time 50 employees on the ground in the state by later this week. And, officials said they will begin deploying troops on the Super-Tuesday-States start this weekend.
Former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg, who came in a close second primary winner Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, is also pouring in more troops in the state of Nevada. His campaign announced on Wednesday that they will show double their employees in the state to nearly 100 and increasing their investments in TV and digital.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick ended his long-shot White house bid on Wednesday, a day after a dismal showing in the New Hampshire presidential primary.
“The vote in New Hampshire last night was not enough for us to create the practical wind go back to the campaign in the next round of voting. So I decided the suspension of the campaign, effective immediately,” Patrick said in a statement.
Although he is relatively well known in New Hampshire as the two-term Governor from a neighboring state and he struggled greatly in the first-in-the-nation primary, since his candidacy was declared in mid-November — Patrick grabbed less than 1 percent of the vote, according to the latest results. His departure means that there are any other African-Americans in the race.
To lock Gabbard moved to #Yang gang support
Tech entrepreneur Andrew Yang dropped out of the race after a poor showing in New Hampshire, and now Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard has moved to win over his supporters by emphasizing their support for a universal basic income.
In a tweet Wednesday, Gabbard many wrote: “our #Yang gang friends, I hope that you will join our campaign.”
Yang, a relatively unknown prior to 2020 campaign, rose to fame in large part due to the popularity of his proposed “freedom dividend” – a universal basic income (UBI), the numbers of each adult American $1,000 per month. Yang said on Thursday, to be in favour of he had no plans to all the other candidates, but it is hard to imagine, him who does not embrace UBI save.
“I will continue to carry this torch of Universal Basic Income, to revive our middle class and those struggling just to make ends meet, bridge the income gap and unleash tweeted an era of entrepreneurship and productivity,” Gabbard.
For Yang, there is already speculation about what’s next for him, started to make the run again for President in four years, a bid for another office, like the mayor of New York.
Trump the turnout triumph
President Trump – as expected – handy New Hampshire Republican primary and won, because he had no serious Challenger. But what is raising eyebrows is the sum of the votes he got, in a non-competitive race.
Trump secured more than 120,000 votes in the Granite State. How Fox News’ Tyler Olson reported, which is more than double what got President Barack Obama in the state’s 2012 primary, when he managed to win 49,080 total number of votes. It is also the sum of the other President dwarves: then-President George W. Bush received 53,962 votes, the largely uncontested GOP primary in New Hampshire in 2004. And in 1996, President Bill Clinton received 76,797 votes in the New Hampshire primary.
Why is this happen?
It follows a coordinated effort by the Republican National Committee and the trump campaign to drive turnout at Trump in New Hampshire — something that the other President-in-office. Trump even on tours, until his supporters in a Packed and fiery rally in Manchester, N. H., on Monday, the eve of the state primary.
But it is also an indication that the Republican base is all-in on trump as he prepares to face the Democrats’, the possible nomination of a re-election fight in November of this year.
Trump New Hampshire lost by less than 3,000 votes to Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election – and his campaign sees the granite state as one of the few opportunities to flip a state from blue to red.
The Bernie Sanders-Resistance
The views of Bernie Sanders has it. at the convention of the Democrats’ nominee for president just got real for some of the factions of the party after his popular vote wins in both Iowa and New Hampshire An anti-Sanders push is an escalation, a preview to the type of attacks are likely to appear between the democratic socialists and the more establishment wing of the party.
“The Sanders socialist Problem is real and dangerous,” read a memo this week from a super PAC supported Biden in the White house bid.
The memo to the super PAC, which was obtained by Fox News added on Monday from the Clubs in the country, “Biden is 100 percent correct. Democrats in swing areas in the country to hide from Sanders. In the year 2018, Sanders-backed candidates 0-40 was in swing areas. We can’t risk the house, state houses, and have no shot, oust McConnell with Bernie at the top of the ticket.”
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There were also reports that the democratic majority for Israel – a pro-Israel group – was planning to run ads against Sanders in Nevada – which will hold in the next state to group meetings on Feb. 22. The group spent almost $700,000 to the opponent Sanders with ads in the run-up to the Iowa Caucuses.
The response to these efforts, Sanders spokesman Mike Casca said, Mediaite, the campaign, the evidence of the applicant, the viability was. “It is hard to believe, a better measure of electability as the profit of the first two States.”
Fox News’ Tyler Olson contributed to this report