Democratic 2020 dropouts: Where are they now?

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In the days since Super Tuesday, the primaries winnowed has to fight two: the former Vice-President Joe Biden and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.

This is a far cry from the 25 or the Democratic candidate who threw your hats in the race.

So what to do after the run for President? The harvest of 2020, the Democratic candidate is a taste of a big pool.

Some are returned to their full-time jobs on Capitol Hill, others have started non-profit to channel organizations, your ideas, and a few have been stumping for one of the finalists.

Continue to read on for a look at what ran they do now.

Those who wait for the jobs, went back to them

Colorado sen Michael Bennet, who suspended his campaign on Feb. 11, in the Centennial state, and hosted several town halls in the last few months.

Minutes after New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker is about to fall in mid-January, he put his re-election papers with the Federal Election Commission to start collecting money for his November race in New Jersey. Booker is the latest former candidate of a Biden endorser, announced his support Monday morning.

Booker in his support for Biden from California Sen. Kamala Harris, the Team of Joe on Sunday. Both Booker and Harris campaigned in Michigan for Biden on Monday evening.

Harris left originally the crowded Democratic field for the fulfillment of their duties on Capitol Hill during the impeachment proceedings. Since the end of the study she was lending their name, to help, to choose Todd Gloria San Diego mayor, and has returned to her seat in the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, where she recently the news in their survey of acting DHS Secretary Chad Wolf.

New York sen Kirsten Gillibrand of your presidential campaign in August, has been outspoken on Capitol Hill and in social media since the suspension.

Gillibrand has written supportive messages for the other Democratic candidate, and promised to work in the coming months, on the flip of the Senate and the choice of who the Democratic primary winner. It is one of the few candidates for confirmation. Instead, she works on legislation, the “tests” of the trump administration, as well as less divisive measures, such as a law cost draft to combat the rise of prescription drug and their new data protection law that would create a watchdog, what it calls, a consumer-to keep Agency, company in the digital market, responsible for breaches of data protection laws.

Washington state Gov. Jay Inslee has shifted to focus 2020, a third term gubernative. He announced his re-election in August, one day after the end of his presidential campaign. If successful, he will Republican Dan Evans to come as one of two three-term governors in Washington history. Washington state is the center of the coronavirus cases in the U.S., and Inslee has declared a state of emergency, as the government marshals resources to combat the virus.


Sen. Elizabeth Warren has a gig at “Saturday Night Live” over the weekend, after the suspension of its campaign of the last week. She still has turn a approval, but with the pressure of their supporters against Sanders.

Who needed a job to run a found

The other Coloradan in the race, former Gov. John Hickenlooper, broke in August. While he initially said that he had no interest in the Senate, in the end he changed his mind. The former two-term Governor, leads a field of Democrats hoping to face the Republican Cory Gardner in November.

On Monday morning, just before the deadline, Montana Gov. Steve Bullock filed to run for the Senate. This announcement came three months after the suspension of his presidential candidacy, and after many months on the way, he said no challenge incumbent Republican Gov. Steve Daines would. Last month, he met with former President Obama in Washington, and the Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-NY, in Montana.

Former REP John Delaney has said a run for Governor of Maryland in the year 2022, a person familiar with the matter. A campaign spokeswoman declined to comment.

Those who advocated, at a loss

U.S. representative for Massachusetts Seth Moulton was Biden as a surrogate for the Joe campaign since January, while Julian Castro, the former Secretary for housing and urban development, under President Obama, came to Warren’s campaign efforts until its suspension last Friday.

On Feb. 23, after his victory in the Nevada Caucuses, Marianne Williamson, author and inspirational speaker, reiterated Sanders. Just last Thursday, she joined Martha McCallum on Fox News’ “The story” to defend Sanders from the democratic strategist James Carville, the idea that the Democrats need to stand together for a Biden presidency, called it “outrageous”.

Minnesota sen Amy Klobuchar never really left the campaign, although you have to spend but, back to Washington DC for a quick vote on the coronavirus package. They made the announcement of their campaign suspension in the same speech that you began your duties as a Biden surrogate redirection after a Charter flight of your planned event in Oklahoma to Biden in Texas. It has several stops in the support of the former Vice-President since, especially in the key delegate-rich state of Michigan.

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Beto O’rourke, the former Congressman from Texas, poured Powered his resources to his political action committee, by the people, and after a short time of reflection, in which he grew a beard – was the work of the Democrats in the Texas house win in November of this year. Last week, he endorsed Joe Biden Ind on the same day that Senator Klobuchar and former South Bend,., Mayor Pete Buttigieg. Then he took the Biden for a live stream in the food to Whataburger.

After a disappointing finish in the New Hampshire primary, entrepreneur Andrew Yang was almost immediately took of the CNN commentator, will debut his insight during their post Nevada debate, reporting barely a week later. He teased even mercilessly, his online following about a new project, a non-profit inspired by his messaging campaign, “humanity Front”, which he announced last week. The humankind Forward, has already raised over $3 million, will be dispersed as part of its Universal Basic Income experiment.

Entrepreneur and billionaire Tom Steyer has re-Gen the head of his voter registration non-profit-Next-America after leaving the race Feb. 29 after a disappointing finish in South Carolina. He said over the weekend in The New York Times that “this campaign has brought my passion for the expenditure increased all of my time and to change money, the political neglect that this country is a very small place.”

Former New York City mayor Mike Bloomberg has to downplay his endorsement of the Biden because he thought it would be after he suspended his campaign following Super Tuesday. On Monday morning, Bloomberg announced that Fund, he donated $2 million to the Collective future, the registration of 500,000 black voters before the elections in November.

Courtney Lesskis contributed to this article.

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