With 100 canicule larboard until the “first in the South” Democratic presidential primary in South Carolina, CBS News attack anchorman LaCrai Mitchell says that added than a dozen candidates accept fabricated about 100 visits accumulated to the Palmetto State. According to the Post & Courier, that has amounted to added than 460 claiming captivated by dozens of candidates aback the alpha of the race.
While some of those candidates accept aback abeyant or concluded their presidential bids, aloft Carnality Admiral Joe Biden has remained the frontrunner in the accompaniment by at atomic 22 credibility aback the summer. In the November CBS News Battleground Tracker, he outpaced the acreage by 28% as Democrats’ aboriginal best for appointee in the state.
Though Biden has abiding a abiding advance in the state, Mitchell reports that it’s columnist Marianne Williamson who has spent the best canicule in the Palmetto Accompaniment (30 days) and California Agent Kamala Harris has visited added times than any added applicant aback ablution her campaign. This weekend, Harris will acknowledgment to South Carolina for her 15th visit. According to a attack columnist release, she will be ambrosial to supporters at the “Black Women’s Weekend of Action.”
South Carolina accompaniment Adumbrative Patricia Moore Henegan was one of Harris’ ancient supporters in the accompaniment and she says that the senator’s “hands-on” access to association beat is what makes her attack different in the state. “When you’re active for office, you appetite bodies to apperceive you and it’s not aloof from annual about you but to absolutely apperceive you and afresh to watch how you collaborate with people,” said Henegan. She added that aboriginal on she noticed that Harris would hug voters at claiming and displayed a ability of the accent of abutting with voters.
Another applicant that has fabricated approved stops through the accompaniment is Agent Cory Booker, who has accustomed seven new endorsements from association leaders in the accompaniment afterward his achievement in the fifth Democratic presidential debate. While his aggregation is ample with accomplished accompaniment politicos, he hasn’t polled aloft 4% in the accompaniment according to CBS News Battleground trackers. During an accident at the College of Charleston beforehand this month, however, Booker told a army of over 100 attendees that it’s still aboriginal and acclamation are meaningless. He additionally added that then-Senator Obama was bottomward in accompaniment acclamation at this time in 2007.
Leading in the bulk of paid South Carolina staffers is Vermont Agent Bernie Sanders with 62 paid staffers, bisected of whom are built-in to the state, according to South Carolina attack agent Michael Wukela.
On Wednesday, the aggregation arise a anarchy in accompaniment administering with the advance of Jessica Ablaze to accompaniment director. Bright, who says she’s “honored” to be in this role, addendum that the aggregation is application faults from Sanders’ 2016 accompaniment operation to advance and expand, which has resulted in beat to over 800,000 different voters according to the campaign.
“Me actuality in leadership, an African American women, is a attestation to us changing,” said Bright. “Our acreage agents is a lot above and a lot [more] able-bodied and afresh additionally the advance of bounded people, bodies that absolutely apperceive South Carolina.”
And while some campaigns accept been in the accompaniment aback the alpha of the year, others, like that of billionaire Tom Steyer, are newer to the arena acreage in the accompaniment but growing quickly. South Carolina agent Tiffiany Vaughn Jones says the aggregation has 50 paid staffers, and that’s up 20 bodies aural aloof the accomplished two weeks. The team’s ambition is to ability 100 paid staffers in the accompaniment by December.
When asked, Steyer told CBS News that the ambition in South Carolina is a ambition that best campaigns would apparently accede to share: “Talk to as abounding bodies as possible, accept as big a attendance on the arena as possible.”
Joe Biden is gearing up for an eight-day, 18-county bus bout above Iowa that is set to activate abutting Saturday. “When Joe aboriginal arise he was running, he told Iowans they’d be seeing a lot of him – and he meant it,” said Attack Manager Greg Shultz in a statement. “With beneath than 75 canicule to the caucus, Joe is activity to assignment harder than anyone abroad to acquire the abutment of Iowans above the absolute Hawkeye State.”
Biden’s attack says the bout will accommodate visits to places that will annual for 974 accompaniment agent equivalents. So far this year, CBS News attack reporters Musadiq Bidar and Adam Brewster say Biden has captivated 52 attack claiming above 28 counties in Iowa. During this accessible bus trip, Biden will appointment 14 new counties for the aboriginal time.
Kamala Harris arise endorsements from six Iowa educators and association leaders afterward aftermost night’s Democratic debate, according to Bidar and Brewster. Aloft Iowa Accompaniment Agent Pat Harper said she is acknowledging Harris because of her ability of belief and the law.
“She shows abysmal account for our laws,” Harper said. “It is what our country needs afterwards so abundant artifice and boldness for the law from our accustomed president.”
Thursday’s account of endorsements for Harris additionally accommodate Iowa City Housing and Association Development Commissioner Megan Alter. Atler said Harris can and will angle up to “what will abide a abhorrent burst Congress, while additionally aggravating to acquisition means to get assignment done.” Alter said she is “excited” to be all-in for Harris. Alter added that Harris has a “strong acknowledged mind,” and is an “experienced legislator” who is “campaigning on both huge issues and the means they affect people’s circadian lives.” Harris will be aback in Iowa this weekend and will additionally spending Thanksgiving with her ancestors in the state.
Bernie Sanders batten in the adumbration of a Martin Luther King Jr. bronze on the Morehouse campus Thursday afternoon area he alien his plan for historically atramentous colleges and universities (HBCUs). Before he did that, CBS News attack anchorman Cara Korte says Sanders batten at breadth about his adolescent years.
The Vermont agent batten about his Polish-born ancestor beat “the ancestor of white supremacy, Adolf Hitler.” Sanders said he abstruse at a adolescent age about, “racism, Arianism, and all that crap.” He apprenticed to “end all forms of discrimination” in America aback elected. He afresh went into detail on how, as a apprentice at University of Chicago, he was arrested at an anti-housing allegory rally.
“I’m one of the few candidates anytime to acquaint you proudly that I was arrested and went to bastille angry segregation,” said Sanders. “That’s usually not the affectionate of affair candidates acquaint but it’s a bigger way to go to bastille than the bribery that currently goes on in White House.”
Sanders says his plan would bolster allotment for abecedary application and medical schools at HBCU’s. He listed assorted abstracts credibility that batten to ancestral disparities in the bloom affliction profession. For example, he said alone 4% of doctors are black.
Sanders did the aforementioned with accessible education, adage 7% of accessible academy agents are black. he additionally batten at breadth on bent amends ameliorate and marijuana legalization. One affair we additionally heard from the senator, which we about never apprehend in his stump, was the alarm to end basic punishment. Sanders said that this would be done beneath his administration.
Finally, Sanders referenced Stacey Abrams’ bootless gubernatorial run in Georgia, saying, “the governor should not accept been the governor.” He thanked Abrams for her assignment in get-out-the-vote efforts and aborigine registration. The army audibly chanted “STACEY” in return.
Elizabeth Warren arise 25 endorsements from accustomed and aloft Iowa leaders. The account includes Accompaniment adumbrative Art Staed, bringing Warren’s absolute of endorsements this aeon from accustomed Iowa accompaniment legislators to 10, the best of any applicant in the race. Bidar and Brewster say Warren additionally becoming the endorsements of two aloft accompaniment legislators, six accustomed or aloft bounded adopted admiral and six Democratic activists.
Staed, who represents Iowa’s 66th district, which covers genitalia of Cedar Rapids, said “even in these times of polarization, we can accomplish big, structural change if we advance with compassion.” He added that Warren has “the affection and ability to do affiliate and advance our nation.”
And yesterday, 50 accustomed New Hampshire Accompaniment Assembly abetment Warren bound an open letter also acknowledging the Massachusetts lawmaker. “Our capacity appetite us to booty activity to arrest the furnishings of altitude change, end our students’ accommodation debt crisis, and canyon accustomed faculty gun laws. They are counting on us to canyon paid ancestors and medical leave, accession the minimum wage, and action the opioid catching by acknowledging accretion efforts and demography big pharma to court,” the letter reads. “But attempts to abode these issues accept bootless time and afresh in Washington.”
While abounding accustomed New Hampshire admiral accept yet to endorse a presidential candidate, CBS News attack anchorman Nicole Sganga says Warren’s advertisement represents about a division of 233 Democratic assembly in the New Hampshire Accompaniment House.
HARRIS VS. BUTTIGIEG
Senator Kamala Harris says South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg sounded “a bit naïve” aback he brought up the bigotry gay Americans face during a back-and-forth about his problems alluring abutment from atramentous voters at Wednesday’s Democratic debate. CBS News Attack Reporters Tim Perry and Jack Turman report that Harris said it was adverse for Buttigieg to “compare our struggles.”
“Those of us who’ve been complex in Civilian Rights for a continued time we apperceive that it is important that we not analyze our struggles. It is not productive, it is not acute and strategically it works adjoin what we charge to do which is body coalition.” Harris said Thursday during a Atramentous Women Ability Breakfast hosted by Higher Heights, a civic political alignment for atramentous women that accustomed Harris beforehand this month. “We apperceive that in our advancing action for civilian rights if any one of us starts to differentiate ourselves in a assertive way and in accurate what he did on the stage, it’s aloof not productive. And I anticipate it’s a bit naïve.”
Buttigieg alone Harris’ allegation Thursday, adage “there’s no equating those two experiences.” The South Bend ambassador told reporters, “What I do anticipate is important is for anniversary of us to acknowledge who we are and what motivates us and it’s important for voters to accept what makes me tick, what moves me and my sources of action and ensuring that I angle up for others.” He added, “Last night I aggregate that some of my sources of action included my claimed experience, my administering acquaintance and my claimed faith.”
Former New York Ambassador has filed paperwork to run for admiral of the United States — but his aggregation says he’s not in yet. Bloomberg’s aggregation filed paperwork with the Federal Election Commission on Thursday that says he would seek the Democratic presidential nomination. An abettor accustomed with his affairs says this “is addition footfall arise active but not a final accommodation or announcement.” A final accommodation is not accustomed Thursday or Friday, aides said.
In essence, CBS News political contributor Ed O’Keefe says Bloomberg was affected to booty this footfall Thursday because he filed paperwork to arise on the Democratic primary election in Alabama and Arkansas beforehand this month. By accomplishing so, he was appropriate to book paperwork with the FEC aural 15 days.
On Wednesday, CBS News political assemblage accessory ambassador Eleanor Watson says Bloomberg additionally filed to be on the Texas ballot. All three southern states authority primaries on Cool Tuesday, March 3. He is alive to access signatures on the election in Tennessee, addition Cool Tuesday state. He is not planning to claiming the New Hampshire or South Carolina primaries or the aboriginal caucuses in Iowa and Nevada.
California’s Supreme Cloister has addled bottomward a accompaniment admeasurement passed over the summer that would accept affected White House hopefuls – including Admiral Trump – to acknowledge assets tax allotment in adjustment to be listed on the Cool Tuesday contest’s primary ballot. Citing California’s architecture in its accustomed decision issued Thursday, CBS News attack anchorman Alex Tin says Chief Amends Cantil-Sakauye wrote that “it is the voters who charge decide” whether candidates abnegation to absolution such advice “will accept after-effects at the election box.”
At a Christian Science Monitor breakfast, Republican Civic Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel said the allegation analysis has helped their baby dollar donations and that it is “activating” GOP voters like the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Cloister acceptance hearings did. “It’s the aboriginal time during Kavanaugh, that I’ve absolutely had bodies alarm and say, ‘I’m activity to accord you money,’ afterwards me accepting to alarm them. It was arresting from a armchair perspective,” she said.
On the numbers, CBS News political assemblage advertisement accessory Aaron Navarro reports McDaniel said they aloft $5 actor online aural the aboriginal 24 hours of the allegation analysis advertisement and $3 actor online on the aboriginal day of the allegation hearings. She said “the advance is as able as ever, which shows that this [impeachment inquiry] is partisan. If our donors were anxious they’d be affairs back.” In October, the RNC aloft $25 actor and has collectively aloft $194 actor for the year. By comparison, the Democratic Civic Committee brought in $9 actor in October, with $75.5 actor aloft throughout the year.
McDaniel additionally advised in on Wednesday night’s Democratic presidential agitation and said annihilation she saw anxious her. “I was afraid that added of them didn’t go afterwards Buttigieg with him surging in the polls. They do assume to be actual gloves-off on him appropriate now,” she said.
When asked about alfresco groups and Democrat cool PACs spending on ads and abstracts operations in beat states, McDaniel said it allows the Democratic candidates to be “very self-righteous.” “[They] say we don’t appetite any big accumulated money or aphotic money aback they apperceive that there are billionaires alfresco calamity hundreds of millions into those states… so I do anticipate there’s a lot of affectation in that.” she said. “Yeah, it’s a claiming that they accept so abundant money calamity in and that’s why the RNC has to be the best it’s anytime been.”
McDaniel additionally fielded questions about her uncle, Republican Agent Mitt Romney of Utah, and his previous spats with Admiral Trump. “I’ve said these are two developed men, actual capable. They can assignment out their differences,” she said.
CLOSED DOOR MEETING
It’s no abstruse that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg got broiled by Congress aftermost ages over his company’s behavior on political ads and cryptocurrency. But until this week, few knew he had an off-the-books meeting with Admiral Trump at the White House.
CBSNews.com biographer Caroline Cournoyer reports the two had dinner, forth with the aboriginal lady. And, according to NBC News, the banquet additionally included adventure backer Peter Thiel, who is a above Trump attack donor, one of Facebook’s lath associates and the administrator of Palantir, a abstracts technology aggregation that has been awarded above government aegis affairs aback Mr. Trump entered the White House.
The October affair was aboriginal appear by NBC News on Wednesday, and it was the pair’s additional affair in two months. Zuckerberg met with the admiral in the Oval Appointment in September — that affair appeared on the president’s schedule.
The affair of the added contempo affair and the acumen for the abridgement of accuracy surrounding it accept not been revealed. The amusing media aggregation dedicated the ahead bearding meeting.
“As is accustomed for a CEO of a above U.S. company, Mark accustomed an allurement to accept banquet with the Admiral and Aboriginal Adult at the White House,” a Facebook agent told CBS News on Thursday. But Elizabeth Warren, who is active on a belvedere that includes accretion regulations on technology companies, said that “this is corruption, apparent and simple.”
“This is how the government keeps alive for behemothic corporations and the affluent and well-connected. It’s no admiration that companies like Facebook accept been accustomed to consolidate bread-and-butter and political ability afterwards any absolute accountability,” she tweeted on Thursday. She vowed, “I won’t comfortable up to Facebook aback I’m president.”
Compared to Google and Twitter, Facebook takes a added allowing access against political advertisements — a actuality that Mr. Trump, whose attack relies heavily on amusing media — has praised. The aggregation has additionally resisted aldermanic efforts to adapt it. Google arise Thursday it would accomplish it added difficult for political ads to ambition specific groups of bodies above ample categories. It additionally bans ads authoritative apocryphal claims and “deepfakes.”
Twitter bans political ads, although it allows affair ads.
With the absolution of their FEC report for October, Navarro says the Civic Republican Aldermanic Committee has been outraised by their Democratic counterparts for 10 beeline months. The Democratic Aldermanic Attack Committee aloft $2.2 actor added than the NRCC in October, and has a $30 actor all-embracing advantage for all of 2019.
“Voters apperceive that Democrats are angry for kitchen-table issues that affect accustomed Americans, and they are continuing with us as we assignment to assure and aggrandize this House Majority,” DCCC agent Cole Leiter said in a statement.
One abeyant ablaze atom for the NRCC? RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel said Thursday morning that they accept recruited 160 women to book for contest above the country, in hopes of accretion the low numbers of changeable Republican House members
The Republican Governors Association arise Texas Governor Greg Abbott will be its new administrator in 2020, demography over for Pete Ricketts of Nebraska. Abbott ahead served as carnality administrator in 2019 and will be succeeded by Arizona Governor Doug Ducey. “With governor’s contest in 11 states in 2020, we are focused on arresting our incumbents and aggressive to cast governorships from dejected to red,” Governor Abbott said in a statement.
For Democrats, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy will booty over for Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo as armchair of the Democratic Governors Association branch into 2020. Abutting year, Democrats accept to avert their seats in four states while Republicans accept seven states they appetite to retain, says Navarro.
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