We looked inside some of the tweets by @leahaskarinam and here's what we found interesting.
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NEW: Campaign says Sen. Sanders raised $5.9M in the 24 hours after announcing that he will again run for president, and more than 225,000 individuals have given $6M in total.
Well that was quick! Sanders has raised an impressive amount in the 24 hours since launching his campaign. Compare his almost $6 million to Harris who raised $1.5M in her first 24 hours & Klobuchar who garnered more than $1M in her first 48 hours, per @NBCPolitics
Sanders campaign says it’s raised $1 million since its launch three and a half hours ago. Donations from all 50 states.
I’ve interviewed a number of people who voted for Sanders in the ‘16 primary who now say they’re not convinced he’s their only option this time. But this is one reason why analysts shouldn’t write him off entirely 👇
Rep. @BradleyByrne (R-#AL01) "set to formally announce" a challenge to #ALsen @DougJones this week." Fmr. John Kelly aide Lee Busby also considering a 2nd bid for the seat. http://iapnews.com/inside-alabama-politics-february-19-2019/ …
At first I read this quickly and thought it said political commentator. Political editor is... very different than that.
It's not unusual for losing House candidates to run again. It is unusual for them to run for Senate. @sfpathe & I dig into the former House hopefuls weighing higher office: http://www.rollcall.com/news/campaigns/lost-house-race-2018-now-run-senate-2020 … #TXSEN #KYSEN #IASEN #GASEN
Some names to watch in 2020...
Girl Scout cookies were delivered to my desk 20 minutes ago and I still haven't opened them. Please clap.
Bernie Sanders just announced on Vermont Public Radio that he is running for President again.
Sure, but while we always knew the 2018 race would be competitive, we didn't see compelling evidence that a Democrat could get to 49/50 percent. That hasn't changed at this point.
This survey also found that 29 percent of North Carolina's registered voters believe Valentine's Day increases the closeness they feel to a romantic partner. (Seriously, this poll divided views of Valentine's Day and dating into All Adults vs. Registered Voters.)
Lamar is earning the exclamation point today. http://bit.ly/2BxEEnl
Two pretty hard noes against the president's emergency declaration so far among Senate Rs: Rand Paul Lamar Alexander
Seems like a good time to remind everyone that GOP Sen. Lamar Alexander is retiring rather than seeking re-election in 2020
My call for @njhotline on why @SenGillibrand could have dark horse potential in New Hampshire, where she’s heading today. Full story for @nationaljournal here: https://www.nationaljournal.com/s/676696/why-gillibrand-could-outperform-expectations-in-new-hampshire …
Valentine's Day has the worst holiday-specific candy options. (Halloween has the best, duh.)
This is a big win for Dems in trying to gain control of the VA state House.
Red Line Delay: Train service suspended between Metro Center & Judiciary Square due to fire department activity at Gallery Place. Buses requested.
(1/2) @RepDennisBonnen, answering @TexasYRs question earlier about urban-rural divide in Texas: "The No. 1 employer in most rural communities is the school district. And so if Republicans run around and talk about how much we hate public education, it’s broken, it sucks and
Congressman John Lewis represents the diligent leadership we should all aspire to provide our communities. His determination, courage and kindness inspires us all. Thank you, @repjohnlewis, for your endorsement. I am truly honored to have your support. #GAPol #GA07 #FinishTheJob
There are six women in the presidential race. But Kirsten Gillibrand is the only one who's made running as a woman, for women, the central core of her message. "This is my space," she said. "I don’t know if my party will get as far as I will go on a lot of these issues."
There is no real precedent for Ms. Gillibrand’s strategy. Hillary Clinton struggled to talk about her gender, and essentially tried to copy the approach of the male presidential candidates who had preceded her.