President Donald Trump’s 2020 reelection campaign was ridiculed for spending money on a statewide television ad buy in Georgia. The spending was initially reported by an ad-monitoring account. New York Times reporter Jonathan Martin followed up and was told it was a statewide ad buy. Update: Am told it’s a statewide buy. Trump up in [
Joe Biden is adopting an increasingly aggressive stance as he looks to break out of a monthslong campaign freeze imposed by the coronavirus outbreak.
Former staffers from Mitt Romney's failed presidential campaign are abandoning the Republican Party and working to elect former vice president Joe Biden.
Former Vice President Joe Biden’s 2020 presidential campaign has received good news from recent polling on the race and is also seeing a surge in fundraising, according to a new report in the Los Angeles Times. “Suddenly, Biden is raking in cash at a breathtaking clip, reducing worries among Democrats that his campaign would be [
Veterans of Mitt Romney's 2012 presidential campaign are eyeing an alliance with Joseph R. Biden, looking to make a splash in announcing they have turned their backs on the GOP this year and will support the presumptive Democratic nominee instead. Micah Spangler, who was a staffer in southern Florida for
Mr. Biden released figures on Saturday after facing questions about racial diversity at the upper echelons of his campaign.
The campaign is breaking with recent Democratic tradition in keeping diversity numbers private, during a national reckoning over racism and inclusion.
Joe Biden's campaign is beefing up staffing in Arizona in its latest effort to flip the longtime-Republican state to the Democratic column.
Trump 2020 communications director Tim Murtaugh told "The Daily Briefing" Friday that the Trump campaign would work to "define Joe Biden" after a new Fox News poll showed the president trailing the presumptive Democratic nominee by 12 points nationally.
Joe Biden’s bringing home some serious bacon.
Despite the Trump campaign enjoying record-breaking fundraising in the second quarter, the Joe Biden campaign outraised President Donald Trump in June thanks to an injection of a "jaw-dropping sum of money."
‘We know what is normal and what is abnormal, and what we are seeing is highly abnormal,’ says group organiser Jennifer Millikin