Angela Rye

Democratic political analyst

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Founder and Director of Impact Strategies

Angela Rye on KCRW

The Democratic National Committee president has called for a “recanvassing” in Iowa after this week’s caucus chaos.

Democratic candidates are anxious and uncertain ahead of New Hampshire primary

The Democratic National Committee president has called for a “recanvassing” in Iowa after this week’s caucus chaos.

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Senator Cory Booker is the most recent Democrat to jump into the 2020 presidential race. Eight so far have announced they’re planning to run.

Which Democrats are running for president in 2020, and what do they want?

Senator Cory Booker is the most recent Democrat to jump into the 2020 presidential race. Eight so far have announced they’re planning to run.

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