Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made history as she became the first woman in America to be a major party’s presidential nominee, after a string of victories on the final Super Tuesday of the Democratic primary season.
Hillary Clinton has always had to fight for things, and Bernie Sanders is making sure that she fights even harder for the 2016 Presidential Democratic nomination.
Bernie Sanders has proven to be a true thorn in Hillary Clinton's side and many have wondered why he won't give up the race. There's actually some good reasons why Vermont Sen. Sanders is holding on tighter than a Kardashian to a killer publicity opportunity
It's doubtful that anyone was surprised, except maybe a deluded Ted Cruz, but Donald Trump has pretty much locked up the Republican presidential nomination with his Indiana primary win on Tuesday.
While Hillary Clinton may be the obvious Democratic nomination for the 2016 Presidential Election vs Donald Trump, but Bernie Sander's continues to be a dominating force when it comes to campaign fundraising.
As primary season begins to wind down, drama has ensued, but it's not stopping the Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump whirlwind that's hit the Northeast portion of the United States. As expected, both candidates are poised and expected to have clean sweeps
In what turned out to be a pretty cut and dry New York primary, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have claimed victory in their home states, or at least Clinton's adopted home state. Bernie Sanders still gave the former Secretary of State a run for her money
We know with Presidential elections, it always about the money in the war chest, but the 2016 Presidential Election has thrown some curve balls in the way of Bernie Sanders who's raising his by about $27 at a time. Hillary Clinton, of course, came ready with the big bucks
It's no surprise that both Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and businessman Donald Trump and cranking out double-digit leads in New York as the primary is occurring on April 19. As New York isn't a 'winner take all' state, delegates are up in the air
We've now gone beyond Super Tuesday 3 and there'll be another Town Hall talk for the remaining candidates running in the 2016 Presidential Election, and for some, election fatigue has already set in.