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"judge biden warren sanders" Discussed on Today, Explained
"Pete was the only candidate to really come out and declare victory last night but everyone was trying to sort of spin the results in their favor. Who did this delay in Iowa really benefit? And who did it really hurt. We've been talking about the four leading candidates Right Buddha Judge Biden Warren Sanders I o all of a significant. All of them it was. I would say most significant to Buddha judge who really invested in the state and had not been doing well in the not especially white states aides later down the calendar and needed to do well in the state was demographically very favourable for him so it really mattered for him and unsurprisingly he was the one who came out and declared A. Ah shocker there Sanders also wants to win early because he needs to develop a sense of momentum to fully displace Biden because like Buddha judge. He's not doing as well in Nevada and South Carolina as he has in New Hampshire and Iowa. The two earlier states wore needed a strong showing to show she has an out of it and for Biden. It was the least important because he's been doing well in these later states but a really really bad showing crater his support which people have been warning has been soft the whole time. It has not seemed true. Because he's been leading the polls for so long but if he really cratered in Iowa. It's possible this could become a self-fulfilling l.. Fulfilling prophecy so those are the four people. It's all important to them to varying degrees and now everyone's off to the next one. Their fight right. Now is New Hampshire and New Hampshire. Now is much more important than it was previously. which kinda crazy thing to say because it was already very important? Iowa matters a lot not because of its delegate count which is pretty low but because of its role in setting media and donor expectations. If you do well in Leioa you can sort of start bandwagon and people get to support you and other places because you look plausible likewise you get a lot of favorable media coverage which gets you more attention more donors owners Cetera but in the absence of declared results in Iowa. Nobody's getting these benefits. Nobody's getting this narrative momentum that they wanted to get the night of and plus we have a bunch of news this week coming up including The state of the Union Democratic debate which could end up overshadowing feeling. We're at least somewhat displacing. The Iowa results which means the New Hampshire campaign will kind of become the first meaningful media narrative primary. Not entirely again. 'cause I will result will come out at one point and those will matter. The delay has has sort of screwed up the timeframe that the media needed. He did and that candidates needed to take advantage of whatever happened in Iowa. Is there any chance of something like what happened in Iowa could happen in New Hampshire. Did they just change you. Bunch rules and introduce a funky APP. Not that I'm aware of And it's a primary not a caucus so it's relatively straightforward. It's standard electoral counting. Right people vote and then the vote tallies go in and then that determines.
"judge biden warren sanders" Discussed on Primary Ride Home
"Ride home for Tuesday July Sixteenth Nineteen. I'm your host diggins today. All the youtube fundraising members are in Biden suggests a push up contest against trump an update on that whole climate debate thing and an update on WHO's already in September debates. Here's what you missed today from the campaign trail yesterday into last night all the primary candidates turned in their fundraising numbers for q two well that is those who announced thereon prior to July first that means that technically Joe Sestak officially filed paperwork on July first and Tom Steiner who did so on July eighth both don't have cue to money to report okay strap yourselves in for those who do have money the report as we already knew Buddha Judge Biden Warren Sanders and Harris lead the field in terms of money raised from donors in Q. to their numbers haven't changed and they're all doing just fine so there are lots of ways to look at these numbers. One of them is obvious suggest hey how much money to people give the candidate in the second quarter of the year. That's most of what we talked about. So far the other big measure of a campaigns viability is how much cash on hand it has meaning given all the money they've taken in at all the money they've spent what's left in the bank and the final examination has to do with donation size so for all the money a candidate has raised how much of it came from so-called small dollar donors who gave less than two hundred dollars versus big dollar donors. Who gave you know more? The reason we care about that is that there is a two thousand eight hundred dollar cap on how much any individual can give to each candidate throughout the primary cycle so if you have a bunch of donors who've already hit that cap you can't get any more money from them later. In this primary over Politico Beatrice Gin and Maggie severance have running tally of all of this. It's a lot of math and a lot of detail but they're info-graphic up top tells a lot of the story. It's a running measure of three things I how much money he came in overall for the quarter in that number there including both donations and transfers the came in from other campaign funds there are some candidates who still have money in Senate race funds or other places like that and they are allowed to transfer that in but they have label it as such the second thing politico tracks is how much money the campaign spent in Q. Two against what it brought in and of course logical third thing is how much of a net gain or loss they showed meaning if they brought in more money than they spent they added money into their bank account. If they lost money overall so I could run down every single candidate but we would be here all night so I'm going to pick out a few standout candidates and review their numbers plus talk about overall.
"judge biden warren sanders" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast
"You know the thing that's really surprising about Buddha judge here is his fundraising numbers are out of sync with his poll numbers. His poll numbers are okay. You know he's in the bottom of the top tier. You could say but his fundraising is tops is that because Buddha judge has been able to win over some people with a real amounts of money. Maybe in Silicon Valley and some of that I would say you know part of it also is that he has a really well connected network. I've been talking to a number of people just on background to kind of know him from his past. I mean this is the guy who went to Harvard. He worked at this very lucrative consulting putting firm McKenzie and was a Rhodes scholar he studied at Oxford and people will say like he has this lucrative network that he's able to tap into that. Perhaps some of the other candidates do not have access to as much yeah. He's speaking to the donor base that donors love them. They love when they hear talk. <hes> and it's not the same as you know. He hasn't quite caught on more broadly. <hes> in his poll numbers are terrible. They're pretty good but again. We were talking about African Americans that has been one source of pro of a problem for him is being able to win over voters of color one other interesting thing is the sort of the candidates who are doing big dollar fundraisers along with their small dollar fundraising like Buddha judge and Biden and then there are people like Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren yet who made it very different choice who who exactly who are not doing those high dollar fundraisers who you know Elizabeth Warren really publicly made this statement that she was not going to engage in that and her campaign's argument is that this allows us more time to do other things that allows us to take a selfie with every last person at at an organizing event right and so this is her argument that it's been able to help bring in the small dollar money and and you know her campaign will see this as a way that they're really early. Building grassroots organizing strengthen their energizing people to build a stronger long-term campaign <hes> I guess we'll see how that all plays out in the in the months ahead but so far this cycle it seems like she was able to do pretty successful with that strategy law and I mean significantly. She was able to beat out Bernie Sanders who is competing with her in that Progressive Lane. Who's also you know going after the twenty seven dollar donation right that's his whole thing hers was twenty eight dollars per contribution and I don't think his was actually twenty-seven that's this time yeah yeah? I don't know no I mean I think it was a little lower is actually lower dollars in the first quarter. I mean there is I think we're gonNA see an ongoing kind of competition. Between Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren as this campaign heats up. We are already seeing that competition I would say in the poll numbers and I think we're gonNA continue to see a competition between the two of them for some similar rotors. It's not not all but some now I Asia we also got fundraising numbers from someone else yes president trump and the Republican party now from these were wiper numbers. Can I offer as a word. Does he like just a burger. He does like walkers but it is a whopper of a number of Donald Shoppers to but I'm not big on big MACs but I digress a hundred and five million dollars a lot of money. That's a lot and that's that is a mix of small donors and large donors that does combine the Republican Party with President trump but guess what the Republican Party and President President trump are combined their operations. They share space they. They are so much more money than if you add up the amount that Buddha Judge Biden Warren Sanders Harris got collectively you know it's not quite apples to apples because they are able taken above the contribution limits that normal campaign would take because the trump victory fund and the R._N._C. can take in all that money and combine them so he can go to an event and say give me you know five thousand dollars and it can go to both they can split the above the first twenty eight hundred dollars will then go leftovers can go to the R._N._C..