Making the click-through worthwhile: Yet another Democrat hops into the 2020 primary field, Brett Kavanaugh sides with his liberal colleagues to rule that iPhone users can sue Apple over app prices, and U.S. officials say Iran was likely behind the attack on two Saudi Arabian oil tankers and two other ships over the weekend.

Montana Governor Enters the Democratic Primary

Montana governor Steve Bullock has become the latest Democrat to throw his hat in the ring for the 2020 presidential nomination, bringing the grand total of Democrats running to 23. Bullock had reportedly been mulling the run for quite some time before deciding to enter the race, and he’ll officially launch his campaign today with a rally at a high school in Montana before making his way to Iowa for a series of campaign stops.

According to Morning Consult data from the first quarter of 2019, Bullock is among the 15 most popular governors in the country, and one of the top Democrats to make the list (13 out of the top 15 most popular governors are Republicans; the other Democrat is Delaware governor John Carney). But that fact makes Bullock’s decision to run for president a ...

May 14 2019

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Yet Another Democrat Jumps into the Presidential Primary

Alexandra DeSanctis

Making the click-through worthwhile: Yet another Democrat hops into the 2020 primary field, Brett Kavanaugh sides with his liberal colleagues to rule that iPhone users can sue Apple over app prices, and U.S. officials say Iran was likely behind the attack on two Saudi Arabian oil tankers and two other ships over the weekend.

Montana Governor Enters the Democratic Primary

Montana governor Steve Bullock has become the latest Democrat to throw his hat in the ring for the 2020 presidential nomination, bringing the grand total of Democrats running to 23. Bullock had reportedly been mulling the run for quite some time before deciding to enter the race, and he’ll officially launch his campaign today with a rally at a high school in Montana before making his way to Iowa for a series of campaign stops.

According to Morning Consult data from the first quarter of 2019, Bullock is among the 15 most popular governors in the country, and one of the top Democrats to make the list (13 out of the top 15 most popular governors are Republicans; the other Democrat is Delaware governor John Carney). But that fact makes Bullock’s decision to run for president a ... Read More

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