Buttigieg, Klobuchar, And Bloomberg Leave The Race, Endorsing Biden
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Before the Super Tuesday (on March 3 in 2020), on Sunday, March 1, 2020, the former Democratic candidate for president, Pete Buttigieg, made the announcement to suspend his campaign to supporters in South Bend, Indiana, in the video “Mayor Pete Buttigieg suspends presidential campaign, ABC News“, below:
On the heels of Pete Buttigieg dropping out of the presidential race, Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar has also suspended her campaign on Monday, March 2, 2020. Klobuchar will be endorsing Joe Biden as he challenges Bernie Sanders, in the video “Another shakeup in the Democratic race as Amy Klobuchar suspends her campaign“, below:
Sen. Amy Klobuchar tells Lawrence about how she made the decision to end her campaign and support Joe Biden ahead of Super Tuesday to help him win her home state of Minnesota. She says she couldn’t think “of a better way to end my campaign than joining his.” in the video “Klobuchar On Her Emotional Decision To Suspend Campaign And Endorse Biden, The Last Word, MSNBC“, below:
Michael Bloomberg has dropped his bid for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination on Tuesday, March 3, 2020, and is endorsing Joe Biden, his campaign announced, in the video “Michael Bloomberg suspends 202 presidential campaign“, below:
For better understanding of Super Tuesday, please refer to the excerpt from Wikipedia, in italics, below:
Super Tuesday is the United States presidential primary election day in February or March when the greatest number of U.S. states hold primary elections and caucuses. Approximately one-third of all delegates to the presidential nominating conventions can be won on Super Tuesday, more than on any other day. The results on Super Tuesday are therefore a strong indicator of the likely eventual nominee of each political party.
The particular states holding primaries on Super Tuesday have varied from year to year because each state selects its election day separately.
Tuesday is the traditional day for elections in the United States. The phrase Super Tuesday has been used to refer to presidential primary elections since at least 1976. It is an unofficial term used by journalists and political pundits.
On March 3, 2020, 14 states will hold their primary elections on “Super Tuesday.” Chris Cillizza explains why Super Tuesday exists — and why it’s especially crucial this election cycle, in the video “What’s so ‘super’ about Super Tuesday?” below:
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