Published: Sun, February 16, 2020
Global News | By Blake Casey

Bloomberg Support Tops Other US Democratic Presidential Contenders

Bloomberg Support Tops Other US Democratic Presidential Contenders

Both Sens. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) and Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) tied with seven percent support each.

Much like the first three debates of 2020, the candidates have two pathways for securing a spot on the debate stage on February 25, either by reaching the delegate threshold or scoring enough support through the polling criteria. Twenty-four per cent picked Senator Bernie Sanders, another 24 per cent picked former Vice President Joe Biden, while 21 per cent chose Bloomberg.

The latest Morning Consult poll finds Sanders at 29 per cent support, followed by former Vice President Joe Biden at 19 per cent and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg at 18 per cent. Elizabeth Warren look on at the Democratic 2020 presidential debate at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, N.H., February 7, 2020. Elizabeth Warren both polled at 30% while former NY mayor Mike Bloomberg received 29%. As the votes were being counted, Andrew Yang, another Democratic candidate, dropped out of the election, according to the New York Times.

Sanders last visited North Carolina in September, but he's back now that early in-person voting for the March 3 primary started Thursday in all 100 counties.

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The Democratic presidential hopeful, whose once white-hot prospects have cooled following her respective third- and fourth-place finishes in Iowa and New Hampshire, plans the free-to-the-public event at the Seattle Center Armory at 6 p.m. Saturday, the same day as the caucuses in Nevada.

PHOTO: From left, Democratic presidential candidates Pete Buttigieg, Sen.

The remaining candidates have until Tuesday at 11:59 p.m. ET to qualify, leaving the door open for others to make the stage.

Bernie Sanders emerged as the new predicted frontrunner after New Hampshire held their Democratic primary on Tuesday, Feb. 11, according to Business Insider.

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