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Hillary Clinton endorses Joe Biden for president
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaking with supporters at a campaign rally at the Intramural Fields at Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaking with supporters at a campaign rally at the Intramural Fields at Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona. Credit: Gage Skidmore (Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 4.0)

After Barack Obama, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, Hillary Clinton - 2016 Democratic presidential nominee - announced her endorsement of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.

The endorsement, at an online town hall on the effects of the coronavirus crisis on women, came at a critical moment as Biden aims to raise his profile with female voters and other key demographic groups even as the pandemic ravages the U.S. economy.

Biden, who has vowed to pick a woman as his running mate this year, introduced Clinton at the town hall as the person who should now be president.

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Biden endorses Senator Warren's bankruptcy plan

The presidential nominee contender Joe Biden announced that he supports the bankruptcy plan that was proposed by his former rival Senator Elizabeth Warren. He specifically highlights the plans on enabling student loans to be eliminated in a case of bankruptcy. Currently, this only possible for other types of debt.

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Warren creates document that would release former Bloomberg employees from nondisclosure agreements

Senator and  Democratic presidential nominee contender Elizabeth Warren calls for Michael Bloomberg to release former employees from nondisclosure agreements. Specifically "women who have accused him of sexual harassment" so they can voluntarily speak about their experiences. For that purpose the drafted a document - based on her background in teaching contract law.

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During debate: Only Bernie Sanders against the option of a contested convention

During the Democratic debate in Las Vegas, the candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination were asked if the "person with the most delegates at the end of the primary season" should be the nominee for the Democratic party, even if the candidate is short of a majority of delegates. All candidates except Bernie Sanders answered the question with no. This is important in particular because if no candidate has a majority on the first ballot, 500 superdelegates that aren't appointed through primaries can vote in the second one.

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Following the debate Elizabeth Warren raises most money in a single day so far

Her campaign team announced that the Senator and presidential nominee contender Elizabeth Warren raised $2,8 million in a single day following the latest democratic debate. During the debate, Elizabeth Warren targeted many of her comments against her competitor and billionaire Michael Bloomberg who made his first appearance in a democratic debate.

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Poll by Data for Progress: Nevada lead by Sanders and followed by Warren, Buttigieg and Biden

A new poll by Data for Progress found the democratic presidential nominee contender Bernie Sanders leads with 35%. This puts him at more than double the percentage points than either of his competitors Elizabeth Warren, Pete Buttigieg, and Joe Biden which all poll around the same within a possible statistical inaccuracy between 16-14%.