Texas Presidential Candidate Make or Break For 2020: Democratic candidates WASHINGTON, D.C. (Nexstar) — Democratic candidates are gearing up for his or her biggest battle yet: Super Tuesday. 14 states hold primaries on March 3, including the nation’s two most populous states — Texas and California. Texas has 228 delegates alone. Read Mor About Current Trending Topics
Texas Presidential Candidate Make or Break For 2020
Democratic strategist Paul Bell says an enormous win in Texas could catapult a candidate to the Democratic nomination for president. It’s incredibly important, & you already see Candidates that are out here, they’ve been out there for an extended time now, Sanders is doing a rally that weekend actually in El Paso, said Bell.
Anthony Lamorena with the Conservative think-tank “R Street Institute” says former NY Mayor Michael Bloomberg has made Texas a priority. Bloomberg’s team announced his campaign will host 285 events this weekend within the Lone Star State. “Michael Bloomberg is basically owning the bottom he has about 160 paid staffers throughout the state and 17 offices that he has opened,” said Lamorena. Read Mor About Current Trending Topics
Make or Break For 2020
He says Texas is big and expensive, so candidates are forced to form tough decisions on where to allocate their resources — and therefore the Democrats who aren’t leading the first polls have shifted their focus elsewhere. “I think that’s why you’re beginning to see Senators Klobuchar, Mayor Pete, struggling to take a position within the state and specialise in smaller states,” said Lamorena. Early voting in Texas starts Tuesday. Read Mor About Current Trending Topics