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Pete Buttigieg news and analysis from The Nation
March 2, 2020
His South Carolina Victory Allows Biden to Consolidate the Moderates
With Steyer and Buttigieg out of the race, it’s shaping up to be a contest of Joe Biden versus Bernie Sanders.
February 28, 2020
In California Before the Democratic Primary, ‘Nobody Knows Anything’
Early voting has already begun, but, without a clear industry favorite, the film colony is all over the place.
February 23, 2020
Bernie Sanders Hits the Jackpot
After Nevada, he can and must parlay newfound political capital into a sophisticated argument for why an antiestablishment message is electable.
February 19, 2020
Live Chat: Watch the 9th Democratic Debate With ‘The Nation’
Our stellar cast of commentators is back again, analyzing and riffing on tonight’s heated Democratic debate.
February 18, 2020
Trump’s Morality Police Are Obsessed With Buttigieg Kissing His Husband
The former mayor’s strong showings in Iowa and New Hampshire are milestones in American politics.
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February 12, 2020
The Primaries Are Protecting Trump
Democrats might be too busy picking a nominee to stop an out-of-control president.
February 12, 2020
They Rocked New Hampshire—but Pete and Amy Still Can’t Win Over Black Voters
Candidates who have no real support from people of color should not be viewed as serious contenders for the nomination.
February 10, 2020
It’s Still the Economy, Stupid
As recession fears recede, Democrats need to remember that it’s easier to convince people to gamble on social democracy in good times.
February 8, 2020
In New Hampshire, Bernie Battles Buttigieg, Billionaires, and Big Money
The Granite State primary is shaping up to be a test run for the coming race against Michael Bloomberg.
February 7, 2020
Sanders Surged in Iowa on a Wave of New Voters
Sanders closed the gap with votes from college campuses, mosques, and union halls, where newly organized and energized voters had his back.