Juana Summers

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Juana Summers is an education reporter at NPR

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Former Staffers Sue Bloomberg Campaign, Alleging They Were Promised Pay Through Nov.

Monday, March 23, 2020

Mike Bloomberg dropped out of the presidential race earlier this month. Staffers say hiring managers "expressly promised field staff applicants" they would be employed through the general election.

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'You Can't Put The Public In Danger': How The Coronavirus Has Changed Campaigning

Saturday, March 21, 2020

When Americans are "social distancing," how do candidates campaign? "You can't ethically go out to shopping malls, or knock on people's doors," said one candidate.

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Bernie's Bet On The Youth Vote

Friday, March 06, 2020

Bernie Sanders says he can bring millions of nonvoters into the November election — especially youth. But so far, those voters haven't turned out in the numbers he's been betting on.

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Bernie Sanders' Call For Young Voters Isn't Working Out The Way He Planned

Friday, March 06, 2020

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders acknowledged this week that the young voters he's been counting on to boost his candidacy have not shown up at the polls in the strong numbers he had been hoping for.

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Who Black, Latino And Asian American Voters Supported On Super Tuesday

Wednesday, March 04, 2020

Black voters launched Joe Biden to victory across the South, Latinos were decisive in Sanders' California win and Asian American voters could prove key in the general election.

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Tom Steyer Drops Out Of 2020 Presidential Race

Saturday, February 29, 2020

The billionaire climate-change activist had staked his campaign on doing well in South Carolina but ended with a disappointing finish on Saturday.

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Democratic Candidates Step Up Criticism Of Trump's Handling Of Coronavirus

Saturday, February 29, 2020

In response, President Trump has said: "The Democrats are politicizing the coronavirus."

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Election 2020 Heads To South Carolina

Saturday, February 29, 2020

Voters in South Carolina will be at the polls for Saturday's primary.

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Democratic Campaigns Go Nationwide Ahead Of South Carolina And Super Tuesday

Friday, February 28, 2020

Democratic presidential candidates have been criss-crossing the nation, with South Carolina's primary tomorrow and the Super Tuesday elections just three days later.

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South Carolina and Super Tuesday

Friday, February 28, 2020

NPR's Juana Summers checks in from South Carolina, the day before their pivotal primary.

If South Carolina Is Joe Biden's Firewall, Tom Steyer Wants To Breach It

Friday, February 28, 2020

Steyer, the billionaire hedge fund invester and climate change activist, is betting everything on South Carolina. He'll learn Saturday if it paid off.

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Democratic Candidates Debate In South Carolina Ahead Of Primary Election

Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Democratic candidates debate in Charleston, S.C., tonight, ahead of the state's Saturday primary. With Bernie Sanders now a clear front-runner, others are stepping up attacks on the Vermont senator.

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A Preview Of South Carolina's Democratic Primary Debate

Tuesday, February 25, 2020

At the Democratic primary debate in Nevada, most of the attacks were pointed at Michael Bloomberg — the new guy on stage. Tuesday in South Carolina, frontrunner Bernie Sanders may take more heat.

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Bloomberg: 3 Women Who Made 'Complaints About Comments' Can Seek NDA Releases

Friday, February 21, 2020

The announcement comes two days after Mike Bloomberg faced tough questions about the issue in a Democratic debate.

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Bloomberg Has Already Spent $450 Million On Ads Since Launching His Campaign

Friday, February 21, 2020

His spending on television and radio ads alone surpasses the $338.3 million that President Barack Obama's campaign spent on those ads during his entire 2012 campaign.

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How South Carolina's African American Voters Are Mobilizing For Biden And Challengers

Friday, February 14, 2020

Joe Biden has held a big lead in South Carolina Democratic primary polls since the campaign started. But given his poor performance to date, his rivals are competing vigorously in the state.

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With His Campaign Struggling, Joe Biden Turns His Focus To South Carolina

Wednesday, February 12, 2020

The former vice president's campaign is looking at South Carolina, where African Americans make up a large share of the electorate, as a must-win state.

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Biden Expects To Rebound In South Carolina, But Rivals Are Circling

Saturday, February 08, 2020

The former vice president has a big lead in polls of the state, but with his fourth-place finish in Iowa, other Democratic presidential candidates are looking to erode his support among black voters.

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Biden Campaign Tries To Rebound From 'Gut Punch' — Particularly In South Carolina

Friday, February 07, 2020

Former Vice President Joe Biden had a disappointing showing in Iowa this week. Looking ahead, the state of South Carolina is supposed to be a "firewall" for his campaign. Is it holding up?

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Iowa Remains Undecided, But Campaigns Are Moving On To New Hampshire

Wednesday, February 05, 2020

The breakdown in Iowa caucus results has affected campaigning in New Hampshire — and the broader shape of the Democratic primary race. New Hampshire votes in less than a week.

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