The U.S. presidential race heats up as Democrats prepare to formally anoint Joe Biden in the race for the White House.
As Democrats take center stage next week to formalize their party’s ticket for November’s national election, gone will be the mass gathering of party faithful — giving way instead to smaller events and virtual speeches. We, of course, already know how it will end. By this time next week, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will officially be their party’s nominees for president and vice president.
- Amy Holmes is a writer for HBO’s “Real Time with Bill Maher” and a columnist for the Swiss weekly “Die Weltwoche”.
- Frank Sesno is an award-winning journalist and the former director of George Washington University’s School of Media and Public Affairs.
- Aaron Mate hosts “Pushback with Aaron Maté” on The Grayzone.
- John Burnett is the managing director and founder of 1 Empire Group, a New York based consulting firm.
The Democratic National Convention will feature a star-studded array of the country’s most prominent party leaders, key allies of presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden, and rising stars in Democratic circles. https://t.co/V5YPGR5Ew3
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Current polls show a vast majority of Black voters are backing Joe Biden. But in swing states where the race could be tight, squeezing out a few more Black votes could make a difference for President Trump.https://t.co/hsDdlq4t2W
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