Obviously picking up the endorsement from the congressman representing one of the most Democratic counties in the country is a boon to Joe Biden. But another nugget from The AJC‘s story on Congressman Hank Johnson’s endorsement is perhaps more interesting: [S]tate Rep. Billy Mitchell, the president-elect of the National Black Caucus of State Legislators, promised
Vice President Joe Biden is poised to comfortably win the Georgia POTUS Primary. The latest poll from Landmark Communications/WSB has Biden with more than twice the amount of his two closest rivals, Senator Bernie Sanders and former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg. The triumvirate have 32.1%, 14.2% and 14% respectively. However, the most dangerous foe is
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms will campaign for Joe Biden on Friday. The AJC is reporting Bottoms will be in the scenic cities of Fort Dodge, Algona and this blogger’s favorite, Mason City. Mayor Bottoms has previously campaigned for Biden in Texas and South Carolina.
Former Vice President Joe Biden’s campaign advisors are reportedly debating adding Stacey Abrams to the ticket…..as part of his official campaign announcement. A very speculative post from Axios’ Mike Allen says Biden’s position on Abrams couldn’t be discerned (that’s probably important to the process). But the report lays out several puzzle pieces that show why
The coolest thing for politicos of any stripe is the chance to host a presidential nomination. Atlanta could have that opportunity for Democrats in 2020. #gapol https://t.co/C798bx2425 — Johnny Kauffman (@JohnnyIK) May 10, 2018 Earlier, the DNC had gauged interest from interested cities but now they’re in the Request for Proposal stage. One wonders if
I’ll start by saying: let’s pump the brakes on 2020 POTUS speculation….he says unironically. Anyway, NBC News started poking around to see who Black Democratic leaders are starting to support in the 2020 Presidential race. Sens. Corey Booker and Kamala Harris are the way-too-early front-runners. Cong. Hank Johnson, still harboring some bitterness about Hillary Clinton’s