Kamala Harris hits her stride as White House grooms her to replace Biden on 2024 ticket (VIDEO)
Kamala Harris hit the campaign trail today to announce a presidential bid, the first Democrat to do so in 12 years.
The 74-year-old California lawmaker took to the debate stage with a new message, one that’s as ambitious as she is: “How do we move from a world that is more diverse and more inclusive and more equitable, where no matter where you come from, no matter what you look like, where you worship, where you were born, what you look like in the mirror, the truth will come out in the end?”
A day after saying he wouldn’t run in 2020, Sen. Bernie Sanders announced his bid for president in an emotional speech at the Vermont State Capitol.
The 70-year-old Vermont independent, who grew up in Brooklyn, New York, has made history as the first senator to launch a presidential bid in over a decade.
Sanders’ bid is expected to focus on four key issues: fighting climate change, fighting economic injustice, fighting income inequality and protecting Medicare, as well as his signature issue of economic and social justice.
After months of speculation, Sen. Elizabeth Warren officially launched her own campaign with her announcement video.
Warren highlighted her ability to bring “the fight for economic and racial justice” to Washington, D.C., and is drawing comparisons to another populist presidential hopeful, South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg.
In her video, Warren described herself in her own words as “a prosecutor [who] knows the rules of the game, but also knows how to break them … [who] understands the importance of protecting consumers and ensuring fair competition.”
“So I want to make sure that we don’t just talk the talk when it comes to fighting inequality, but walk the walk. And so that’s what my campaign is all about,” Warren said in the video.
“We’re here today to talk