Consumers would respond by jumping to the public option. As the number of people in each private insurer's risk pool dwindled, they'd have to raise premiums further, to protect against the possibility of one catastrophic claim wiping them out. That would send yet more privately insured people into the embrace of the public option. … [Read more...] about Sally Pipes: Democratic presidential candidates would all end private health insurance eventually
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"There's a lot to talk about with Michael Bloomberg," Biden said during an interview on "Meet The Press." "You all are going to start focusing on him like you have on me, which I'm not complaining, like you have on me the last six months. You're going to focus on him. His position on issues relating to the African American community, from stop and frisk to the way he talked about Obama." … [Read more...] about Democratic candidates zero in on Bloomberg as former mayor rises in the polls
Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J. -- Booker was one of the higher-profile senators to run for the Democratic nomination, but he couldn't find a break-out moment on the campaign trail or on the debate stage to attract attention to his campaign in the crowded field. Booker dropped out before the Iowa caucuses on Jan. 13. … [Read more...] about Who’s dropped out of the 2020 presidential race?
Second only to Biden, Warren took a real hit in New Hampshire. After all, much of New Hampshire gets its news from the media in Massachusetts to the south. She is literally the girl next door (just as Sanders is the boy next door from the west side of New Hampshire). After a weak showing in Iowa, coming in behind Klobuchar in the state next door was a potentially mortal blow to Warren's campaign. … [Read more...] about Newt Gingrich: What do Iowa and New Hampshire votes tell us about Democratic presidential nomination fight?
South Carolina is considered a must-win state for Biden, who has been banking on his strong support within the African American community, but the interviews come as recent polling indicates Bloomberg is cutting into Biden's lead with African American voters in the state. A Quinnipiac University poll released Monday showed Bloomberg rising to 22 percent among black voters while Biden’s share of support fell to 27 percent. … [Read more...] about Candidates make electability arguments, talk Bloomberg as focus turns to more diverse states