The Democratic National Committee (DNC) has launched an ad buy in AAPI outlets across the U.S. in celebration of AAPI Heritage Month.
The new campaign: The ads, which have been translated in traditional Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese, will run over 25 states and territories in more than 50 outlets.
Andrew Yang has surpassed Mayor Pete Buttigieg in the 2020 Democratic primary net favorability rankings, according to a new poll.
The most recent poll revealing Yang’s net favorability score, which is the number of potential Democratic primary voters who view a candidate favorably, minus those who hold negative views, saw a shift following the sixth Democratic debate.
Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang’s campaign team has reportedly been receiving several death threats as its campaign tour commences through New Hampshire.
Yang’s campaign team has since contacted the FBI to report the threats which came via a series of emails, according to The Hill.
After several months of struggling in the polls, Senator Kamala Harris has officially dropped out of the 2020 presidential race, stating that the campaign no longer had the financial resources necessary to continue.
Harris’ poll numbers have steadily declined, including in the senator’s home state of California, as she experienced trouble growing her core group of supporters ahead of the June debates.
Andrew Yang broke down in tears at a gun laws forum in Iowa on Saturday while addressing a woman who lost her daughter to a stray bullet.
According to the attendee, her son — her daughter’s twin brother — witnessed the accident that killed his sister two days later in March 2011.
Democratic presidential hopeful Andrew Yang has now qualified for the next round of presidential primary debates in September after successfully reaching the required poll threshold on Thursday.
We did it – poll #4! Thank you #YangGang – it is on to Houston and the Fall debates!! Special thank you to all who have been spreading the word. Let’s make history together! 👍😀🥊🇺🇸 https://t.co/WyYbnqWRil
Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang was left out of a graphic created by MSNBC, displaying the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates.
Once again @msnbc shows a graphic today of contenders without Andrew Yang. Their coverage of the 2020 Dem primaries are disgraceful! Garbage journalism. @mitchellreports @MSNBCPR pic.twitter.com/UG0RPSxWhj
Presidential hopeful and world’s coolest Asian dad, Andrew Yang, has been beating all expectations by rising from being the underdog of the 2020 Presidential Election to the leader of the #YangGang.
From attending Comic Con to getting boozy with his supporters by serving alcoholic boba at his rallies, Andrew Yang is the hero we’ve been dreaming of to bring America back together.
Sen. Kamala Harris formally launched her bid for the Democratic presidential nomination in her hometown of Oakland, California on Sunday.
In her 35-minute speech, Harris announced her intention to work on major government programs such as “Medicare for All,” a universal pre-kindergarten education and the reversal of several Trump administration policies.
Chris Chyung of Dyer, St. Township was elected to represent District 15 in the Indiana State House of Representatives.
The 25-year-old Democrat beat Rep. Hal Slager, a Republican from Schererville, by 82 votes in last month’s election.
Tina Maharath, a 27-year-old financial analyst, was elected as state senator of Ohio’s District 3 last week.
The Canal Winchester resident, a Democrat, defeated Republican Rep. Anne Gonzales with 705 more votes, according to Franklin County officials.
Democratic candidate Nathan Johnson, who worked as a composer for “Dragon Ball Z,” secured a seat in the Texas State Senate after winning over his opponent, incumbent Republican Don Huffines.